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Researchers say findings are “very concerning,” noting that smoking prevalence is not higher among young women.
Lack of access to care and difficult living conditions negatively impacted heart health, particularly in Black and Latino respondents.
Racial disparities in heart disease mortality are linked to factors such as poor access to health, low income and unemployment.
Galleri is the first of a wave of multi-cancer early-detection tests that analyze DNA fragments in the blood for abnormalities.
African American women’s use of chemical hair relaxers might help explain their higher risk of death from hormone-related cancers.
Nearly one in three Black adults may develop periphery artery disease, potentially leading to limb amputation and cardiovascular death.
The longstanding racial gap in stroke death rates between Black and white Americans widened significantly.
Black and Latina women have higher rates of death from cardiovascular disease and experience lesser-known symptoms.
People under 50 are increasingly likely to develop cancers of the breast, colon, liver and more.
Plus: Study shows that cutting down on alcohol consumption can reduce cancer risk.
A chronic bacterial infection, a flame retardant, and six water disinfection byproducts are listed in a new HHS cancer report.
Screening high-risk groups could improve the survival of patients who develop myeloma.
New findings showed no link to breast cancer for most chemical hair relaxers. But straighteners with lye may pose a threat.
Findings show that women with polycystic ovary syndrome face a 51% greater risk of contracting severe COVID-19.
Women who frequently drank sugary beverages as adolescents were at particular risk of developing colon cancer before age 50.
Among Black women who applied talc in the perineal area, some were more likely to develop uterine fibroids.
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