Unnamed agent is the first to die on active duty since 2005.
Guidelines for defining high blood pressure have been lowered, and millions more people will be diagnosed with the condition and recommended for treatment.
Since it is possible that some hormone combinations or doses pose a lower risk than others, more research is needed to look at specific hormone regimens more closely.
Three assisted living center employees were arrested by Georgia police after the trio appeared in a profanity-laden Snapchat video titled "The End" while standing over a dying elderly woman.
Researchers believe ex-smokers not only relapse because of the physical cravings of cigarettes, but also psychological ones.
Following these habits appeared to slash the risk of becoming obese by 75 percent, scientists found.
High blood pressure accounts for more heart disease and stroke deaths than all other preventable causes, except smoking.
Scientists found that different levels of sleep could affect men and women differently.
But is it all it's cracked up to be?
We all know it's a killer, but many of us think we know more than we do.
Scientists have started a clinical trial to see whether a vaccine could reduce high cholesterol, which can lead to heart disease and other complications.
A study found that taking anti-platelet drugs such as aspirin prevented a fifth of recurrent heart attacks and strokes but also led to about 3,000 excess-bleeding deaths annually in Britain alone.
Scientists have found the risk of cardiovascular disease is still higher in obese people even if they are "metabolically healthy."
Ankara's military intervention in Syria has run afoul of U.S. and Russian interests.
Since the Soviet collapse Uzbekistan has had no leader besides strongman Islam Karimov.
Oxford scientists find electric current boosts stroke recovery.
Approximately 36 percent of Americans should be on statins or similar drugs, according to the CDC.
The findings are drawn from two lifestyle surveys that included questions about sleep habits.
New research makes a case for more aggressive treatment of hypertension in certain patient populations.