Adults with 4 or 5 low-risk lifestyle factors have increased life expectancy when free of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer.
The most important factors in deciding whether or not to stock adult vaccines were found to be economic in nature.
Health benefits from air pollution reduction can occur rapidly.
Using aspirin 3 or more times per week may reduce all-cause and certain cancer type mortality.
Positive associations were seem between short-term PM2.5 exposure and risk for hospital admission for several prevalent diseases, including septicemia, fluid and electrolyte disorders, and acute and unspecified renal failure.
The primary end point was the reduction in the percentage of subjects with clinically symptomatic respiratory illness, defined as illness associated with a respiratory tract infection based on prespecified diagnostic criteria, with or without laboratory confirmation of a pathogen.
Researchers studied cancer risk in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus and identified specific risk factors.
Enough evidence was available to conclude that common cancer-related health outcomes could be improved with specific doses of aerobic, combined aerobic plus resistance training, and/or resistance training.