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How many X chromosomes you have can affect your health. John M Lund Photography Inc/Digital Vision via Getty Images

The sex of your cells matters when it comes to heart disease

A one-size-fits-all approach may not be best for treating cardiovascular disease. Taking sex chromosomes into account could make for more effective and equitable care.
This smart bed can monitor cardiac health without attaching electrodes to your skin. (SIG-NUM Preemptive healthcare)

Inventing a smart mattress that will monitor your cardiovascular health

The technology used to assess cardiac health made great strides over the 20th century. But it is time to take that technology to the next level.
Unequal access to preventive resources such as healthy foods, a family doctor, health screening and health promotion programs put some groups at increased risk for chronic illness. (Shutterstock)

3 lessons the COVID-19 pandemic can teach us about preventing chronic diseases

While the pandemic has focused the world’s attention on how to prevent infectious disease, many of the lessons learned from COVID-19 prevention can also be applied to chronic disease prevention.
Some people turn to a vegan diet in the hopes it will benefit their heart health. lassedesignen/ Shutterstock

Are vegan diets good for your heart?

Cutting out dairy, eggs and meat is thought to prevent and reverse heart disease. But as our latest study shows, the evidence doesn’t back this claim up.

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