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Mark L. Fuerst

Mark L. Fuerst

Mark Fuerst is a frequent contributor to Consultantlive.com.

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The connections between obesity and depression in young women are strengthened by the results of a new study.

They breathe in more air than do normal-weight persons, exposing them to more air pollutants and making them more vulnerable to asthma and other pulmonary diseases.

Group-based lifestyle interventions have long-term effects on prevention of diabetes beyond the period of active intervention, this clinical trial shows.

This finding could encourage more men with cardiovascular disease to remain compliant with their therapy.

All patients with stroke should have their blood pressure lowered to normal levels, a new study shows.

Good cardiovascular health may help preserve memory and thinking skills into middle age, according to the results of a new study.

Migraine headaches increase significantly after persons relax and then experience heightened stress, according to the results of a new study.

And the inability to perform sexually may be linked to a range of other health problems.

Obese children in this study were nearly 3 times as likely to have asthma as nonobese children.

Two new studies show the heart-healthy benefits of this eating plan.

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