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Sugar lobby paid scientists to blur sugar’s role in heart disease – report : theguardian

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Sugar lobby paid scientists to blur sugar’s role in heart disease – report

Sugar lobby paid scientists to blur sugar’s role in heart disease – report

Sugar lobby paid scientists to blur sugar's role in heart disease – report

Influential research that downplayed the role of sugar in heart disease in the 1960s was paid for by the sugar industry, according to a report released on Monday.With backing from a sugar lobby, scientists promoted dietary fat as the cause of coronary heart disease instead of sugar, according to a historical document review published in JAMA Internal Medicine.Though the review is nearly 50 years old, it also showcases a decades-long battle by the sugar industry to counter the product’s negative health effects.

not to mention reuters

Cancer overtakes heart disease as Australia’s biggest killer

Cancer overtakes heart disease as Australia’s biggest killer

Cancer overtakes heart disease as Australia's biggest killer

SYDNEY Cancer has become Australia’s biggest killer, overtaking heart disease for the first time to take more lives than any other ailment, a government health agency said in a report released on Tuesday.Indigenous Australians also fare much worse than non-indigenous on almost every health score, according to Australia’s Health 2016 report, complied by the government’s Australian Institute of Health and Welfare and published every two years.The total number of deaths from cancer was 44,100 in 2013, the institute said, for the first time surpassing the number of deaths from cardiovascular disease, including heart attacks and stroke.

not to mention belfasttelegraph

Shock figures reveal women’s heart disease risks

Shock figures reveal women’s heart disease risks

Shock figures reveal women's heart disease risks

A woman who suffered heart disease despite leading a healthy lifestyle has urged anyone with concerns to seek help before it’s too late.Monica McCann had heart disease despite leading a healthy lifestyleA woman who suffered heart disease despite leading a healthy lifestyle has urged anyone with concerns to seek help before it’s too late.Monica McCann (53), from south Belfast, was speaking as shocking new figures revealed that one in four deaths among women were from heart and circulatory disease each year in Northern Ireland.

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