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Less Tongue Fat From Weight Loss May Help Sleep Apnea

5 days ago   |   By Medscape

New treatments for targeting tongue fat reduction, possibly particular diets or cold therapies, should be considered, researchers say.
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When It Comes to Some Medical Treatment, Researchers Find Less Is More

5 days ago   |   By Time

Beyond its effects on the body, medical care can be a balm for the mind. Extensive treatment can feel like a promise that doctors have done everything possible. But that perceived security can come at a high price. As health costs soar, patients are emptying their pockets for care that may not make them healthier, research suggests. Last year, a 5,000-person trial showed that for patients with chronic but stable heart disease, surgical procedures such as stenting and bypass did not reduce the risk of heart attack or death more than lifestyle interventions and medication. Even patients with...
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