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Exercise not an attractive high blood pressure remedy

Jul
13

Date: July 13th, 2018

Exercise Unpopular Amongst High Blood Pressure Solutions

A new survey has indicated that a majority of people do not find exercise as a favorite option when it comes to lowering their blood pressure.

Early childhood weight loss can reduce diabetes risk factors

Jul
10

Date: July 10th, 2018

Healthy Weight Loss in Childhood can Lessen Risk of Diabetes

It has long been common knowledge that obesity in children can lead to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes in the future, but new studies have discovered that if this weight is lost before the age of 13 and kept off, then the risk levels concerning this condition dramatically decrease as well.

Obesity in children can impact their liver’s health

Jul
06

Date: July 6th, 2018

Childhood Obesity Adversely Affects Liver Health

Results acquired from a research conducted by the Columbia University Medical Center have proposed that obesity in children can impact the condition of their livers.

Survivors of testicular cancer may face higher risk of heart complications

Jul
03

Date: July 3rd, 2018

Testicular Cancer Possibly Connected to future Heart Conditions

 

Studies have shown that men who have suffered from testicular cancer in the past have been revealed to be at a higher risk of contracting cardiovascular complications in the future.

America experiences a decline in key heart risks in the older population

Jun
29

Date: June 29th, 2018

Older Americans Experience a Decline in Key Heart Risks

 

The older generation in America has experienced an upsurge in their medical statistics according to an analysis conducted by researchers from the University of Southern California. The population has portrayed fewer chances of suffering from conditions such as strokes and heart attacks over the past two decades, and has exhibited better cardiovascular health amongst its members. This improvement has been most likely attributed to an active effort placed by older members of society regarding their lifestyle choices. Most individuals have given up dangerous habits such as smoking, and are taking drugs to help with the control of their cholesterol and blood pressure.

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