Overweight Colorectal Cancer Patients Have Higher Survival Rate

Overweight colorectal cancer patients were 55 percent less likely to die from their cancer than normal-weight patients who have the disease, according to a new Kaiser Permanente study published in JAMA Oncology.

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Annual Decline in Heart-Disease Death Rates in U.S. Flat Since 2011

After more than a decade of steady improvements, the decline in mortality rates from heart disease and stroke has slowed nationally and nearly leveled out since 2011, according to a new analysis from Kaiser Permanente published in JAMA Cardiology.