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Tag: heart disease

14 5/19/2017

“Fat but fit”? Studies confuse, while advocates & journalists do little to clarify

4 2/3/2015

It’s good to see others get in on the media watchdog work


Squelching rage when reading “Twitter knows when you’re going to have a heart attack”

16 11/24/2013

Statins and cardiovascular conflicts of interest


Roundup of recent gems to start the week

4 4/10/2013

Familiar pattern in stories of male pattern baldness & heart disease


Disease-mongering du jour: heart disease in young women. Red competing with pink?