Eduardo Gabriel Herrera Martínez

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Tiny adrenal tumours 'cause high blood pressure'

<b>Treating tiny benign tumours in the adrenal glands may prevent huge numbers of cases of high blood pressure, say researchers.</b><p>The team at the University of Cambridge and Addenbrooke's Hospital think that up to 10% of cases may be caused by the growths.<p>Their study, published in Nature Genetics, said …

'Diabetes-cure' operation explained

<b>The reason some patients are cured of type-2 diabetes after a gastric bypass may have been explained by US researchers.</b><p>Their animal study showed bypassing the stomach made the intestines work harder, use more energy and keep blood sugar levels under control.<p>They hope their findings, published in …

Coffee May Lower Suicide Risk By 50 Percent, Harvard Study Indicates

Keep drinking your morning cup of joe, coffee drinkers. Aside from a jolt of energy, caffeinated coffee may lower the suicide risk in men and women by 50 percent, Harvard researchers indicated in a recent study.<p>Reviewing data from three large-scale U.S. studies, the team from the Harvard School of …

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Height Linked To Women's Cancer Risk? New Study Suggests Yes

Height does matter – at least it may when it comes to cancer risk. That’s the surprising news from a study published in the online edition of Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers, and Prevention showing that the taller women are, the greater their risk for numerous types of cancer.<p>Looking at data from …

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In pictures: Inside the heart

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) has announced the winners of its "Reflections of Research" competition.

Skipping Breakfast Linked To Increased Risk Of Heart Attack

Yet another reason to eat breakfast in the morning–doing so may prevent you from having a heart attack.<p>A recent study of men aged 45-82 who regularly skipped breakfast demonstrated a 27% increase in risk of having a heart attack or developing coronary artery disease compared with those who ate …