When the goldfish sinks: A new way to treat cancer and heart disease
In March, the World Health Organization reported that one in four people in the world died from cancer.
This week, the CDC reported that the number of people dying of heart disease rose by 13 percent in the first half of this year, compared to the same period last year.
Scientists believe that our health system has been in a state of near collapse for years, and it has been one of the most frustrating parts of the year.
But the latest research has revealed that there are ways to prevent a lot of heart attacks and strokes.
Here are four things you need to know.
Protein in your diet has been shown to lower your risk of heart attack, stroke and kidney disease.
Researchers at Duke University found that consuming about 3 grams of protein per day lowered the risk of a heart attack by 27 percent.
A study from the University of California, Berkeley also found that people who ate at least 50 grams of proteins daily had a 50 percent reduced risk of having a heart-related death.
The latest research also found high protein consumption may be linked to lower risk of diabetes.
It is not known why protein consumption increases your risk for heart disease.
But it may help to reduce inflammation, which is associated with high blood pressure, and cholesterol, which contributes to heart disease and strokes, according to the American Heart Association.
A recent study found that exercise can help protect against certain cancers.
In a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, researchers from the National Cancer Institute found that low- and moderate-intensity exercise could lower the risk for several cancers, including prostate cancer.
The researchers found that when participants performed moderate- or high-intensity activities, such as running, biking, or swimming, the risk was reduced by about one-third.
“We are seeing this in older adults,” said Dr. Jennifer Meehan, an epidemiologist at the National Institutes of Health who was not involved in the study.
“I don’t think this is a new concept, but it’s one that has been more widely studied.”
Your body can help you fight off cancer.
Scientists are studying the relationship between your genes and the development of certain cancers, and the new research suggests that the DNA of your cells is actually involved in regulating your immune system.
“It’s a very well-known fact that you are the gatekeeper for your body,” said Jennifer Luebe, an associate professor of nutrition and epidemiology at Harvard University.
“If you are deficient in the immune system, then your cells will be more likely to spread the disease.”
The findings are being replicated in animal studies, so it’s possible that they could be used in humans, Luebec said.
You can lower your cholesterol with a plant-based diet.
Many people, including many doctors, are worried about heart disease because it is so associated with cholesterol.
But research shows that a plant diet is actually good for your health.
Dr. Sarah Schulman, an assistant professor of medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, found that a Mediterranean diet rich in fruits, vegetables and whole grains, along with high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, may lower your overall cholesterol.
She also noted that plant-derived oils are beneficial for the heart.
She said that a healthy diet that includes whole grains and legumes is one that is good for the arteries and the blood vessels in your body.
“We’re trying to figure out the best way to get the heart and the arteries working,” Schulmann said.
People with cancer can take more aspirin.
Experts have long known that cancer is linked to the use of aspirin, but there was no way to accurately predict whether it was the first thing people would see in their medicine cabinets.
“We know aspirin has some beneficial effects, and we know it has a variety of health effects,” said Amy Bowers, a professor of surgery at the University at Buffalo.
“But it’s not a silver bullet.
We know that we need to monitor this.
We don’t know if it’s the first medication you take, and if it is.”
So what can you do to lower the odds that you will get cancer?
“It doesn’t mean you can’t take aspirin,” Schuillman said.
“You just have to know how to take it.
And it’s important that you understand what you’re getting.”
You should take aspirin to prevent heart attacks, stroke, and kidney problems.
It may also help to lower inflammation, and help to keep your immune cells from becoming cancerous.
Vitamin B12 is important for your immune systems.
According to a recent study published by the American Institute of Nutrition, high levels of vitamin B12 are linked to increased risk for cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis.
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