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Of course, when the story is about a little girl whose life was just saved by a rare and risky heart-lung transplant, it is one that appears to be totally justified.
12 hrs ago | US News & World Report
Now experts want to see whether barbershops might also be the spot to tackle an often overlooked health concern: high blood pressure among black men.
17 hrs ago | New Mobility
The good news about disability?" says Don Dawkins, a para injured in 1965, "we get to live a long time.
SEVERN, Md. For as long as she can remember, Jaime McCormick struggled with her weight.
Illnesses detected during the NHS's "mid-life MOT" could be "equally well detected" without the check-up, researchers have suggested.
The bark of the Eucommia ulmoides plant, also known as "Du Zhong", has been used for thousands of years by Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners for various medical purposes.
Americans eat too much salt, and most have no idea how much they are eating, according to new consumer research by the American Heart Association.
Often times patients will appear to comprehend their doctor's instructions, but once they've left the hospital they're completely lost.
A recent study published online in JAMA Internal Medicine has found that those with blood pressure that falls below the "normal" systolic number of 120 do not obtain any more heart-related health benefits than those with numbers within the normal range .
Correspondence to Bruce Ovbiagele, MD, MSc, MAS, Department of Neurosciences, Medical University of South Carolina, 96 Jonathan Lucas St, CSB 301, MSC 606, Charleston, SC 29425.
I was in good shape when I met my partner just over 10 years ago in San Diego at 205 pounds, 34 inch waist.
Kodavanti, U., R. Thomas, A. Ledbetter, M. Schladweiler, V. Bass, Todd Krantz, C. King, A. Nyska, J. Richards, D. Andrews, AND I. Gilmour.
The team pooled data from nine randomised controlled trials, involving a total of 543 participants.
While many Michiganders are taking steps to improve their diets, health experts are concerned they are still getting to much sodium, which can increase the risk for high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 05:33 pm
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