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Young adults with even slightly above-normal blood pressure may be more likely to have heart problems later, a new study suggests. The study focused on nearly 2,500 men and women. They were 18 to 30 years old when the study began. Researchers kept track of th...

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Harvard Commentaries on Health

Natural Disasters -- Sources of Disease?
Navigating the Supermarket: No GPS Needed
Nearing a Cancer Cure?
Needles -- Separating Fact from Fiction
Never Too Old or Frail to Exercise
New Advice About Giving Solid Foods to Infants
New Approaches to Hot Flashes in Men
New Moms: Welcome Relief from Hand Pain
New Preventive Health Guidelines for Children
New vaccines: The long road to official recommendation
New Year's Resolutions for Cardiac Patients
New Year's Resolutions Your Kids Can Make
Nightmares and Other Sleep Disturbances
Nighttime Overeating
No Match For Tick Removal
Nocebo -- The Dark Side of the Placebo Effect
Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity -- A GI Disorder of Its Own
Nosebleeds - Separating Fact From Fiction
Not So Fast: Why Your Doctor Is Skeptical
Now Hear This - Noise Can Make You Deaf
Nurturing A Child's Creativity
Nutrients: Can You Have Too Much of A Good Thing?
Nutrition and Aging
Nutrition: The Mediterranean Diet
Nuts and Your Health -- Cracking Old Myths