NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) - More and more, young urban adults in India are developing obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes, suggesting that rising rates of cardiovascular disease could appear in the future, an Indian study said. Full story
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Spikes in air pollution may not boost the short-term risk of stroke in most people, but may present a hazard to some who are at high stroke risk, a new study hints. Full story
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People on a high-dose regimen of the cholesterol drug Lipitor may have a slightly increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes -- particularly if they have several of the classic diabetes risk factors, a study published Monday finds. Full story
Nov. 18: New guidelines say women in their 40s shouldn’t be screened for breast cancer unless they are high risk. But what does that mean for men? Are there concerns over prostate screenings as well? Dr. Nancy Snyderman talks with a panel.