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JUL 03, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Carly Fiorina Shortchanges Marijuana Research

The following post first appeared on FactCheck.org. In questioning the value of medicinal marijuana, Carly Fiorina said “we don’t understand how it interacts with other drugs.” In fact, there is information about marijuana’s interactions with other medications, although major clinical trials using marijuana have been limited by its legal status. Fiorina spoke with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, who asked her ...

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JUL 01, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Far Too Many People Die After Cardiac Arrest. Here's What You Can Do To Help.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Would you know what to do if you see someone collapse, not breathing — a loved one at home, a co-worker at the office, a stranger on the street? Far too many Americans die of cardiac arrest, and now a major new report urges a national campaign to improve survival in part by making sure more bystanders ...

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JUL 01, 2015 - New York Times

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Well: Study Links Traffic Noise and Cardiovascular Disease

Constant exposure to moderate levels of traffic noise may increase the risk for cardiovascular disease, a report in The European Heart Journal says.

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JUL 01, 2015 - Fox News

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Half of heart disease deaths due to preventable factors

In the U.S., preventable risk factors still account for 50 percent of deaths from cardiovascular disease among adults age 45 to 79, according to a new analysis

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JUN 30, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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PTSD tied to heart, stroke risk among women

By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) - Women with symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may be at an increased risk for heart attacks and strokes, suggests a new study. Women with the most symptoms were about 60 percent more likely to develop cardiovascular disease, compared to women who never experienced trauma, researchers report in the American Heart Association journal ...

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