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Mental stress, gender, and the heart

In people with heart disease, mental stress can lead to reduced blood supply to the heart, a phenomenon known as mental stress–induced ischemia. This problem seems to result from different physiological effects in women and men. More »

Should I be worried about a pancreatic cyst?

Many cysts of the pancreas are discovered by accident during a CT scan performed for other reasons. Although most cysts are noncancerous, some show features that are worrisome and need further evaluation. (Locked) More »

The many ways exercise helps your heart

Over the long term, exercise protects the heart in a number of ways, such as encouraging the heart’s arteries to dilate more readily and helping the sympathetic nervous system (which controls the heart rate and blood pressure) to be less… (Locked) More »

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