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SimpleScience@Heart: Can blood type predict your risk for heart disease? Maybe…

If you have type A, B or AB blood, you may have a higher risk for heart disease than those with type O.

In a recent study, people with the rarest blood type — AB — were 23 percent more likely to have heart disease. Those with type B had […]

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Weighing in on the Weight of the Nation

Twenty years ago, a cheeseburger was 257 calories. Today, it’s 590.

Yes, 590.

Try this one on for size: Twenty minutes of jogging burns off about one chocolate chip cookie.

We have a problem. Although for most, it’s no surprise.

I watched part one and part two of HBO’s new documentary, Weight of the […]