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Archive for June, 2013

Treating hypertension


Date: June 26th, 2013

Treating blood pressure with proper diet and exerciseAmerican Heart Association published a scientific statement in hypertension and recommended use of alternative approaches like resistance training and aerobic exercise in reducing blood pressure. According to the statement, these alternative approaches are can be adjunctive to medical therapies and standard dietary for hypertension.

Children mower safety tips


Date: June 25th, 2013

You can predict and prevent lawn mower accidentsWith the lawn mowing season nearing in most parts of the nation, safety experts have warned parents that they take care of kids and prevent them from lawn mower accidents. For the past few weeks, there have been a number of cases reported for children who have been injured seriously in mowing accidents.

Screen time and sedentary time


Date: June 24th, 2013

Sedentary time better than screen time for childrenAs far as risk of heart diseases in children is concerned, spending too much time watching TV, playing video and computer games is worse unlike the time the children spend in sedentary activities such as book reading. The Canadian study was done by researchers from University of Ottawa, Concordia University, University de Montreal, McGill University and University Laval.

Heart failure mortality drug


Date: June 23rd, 2013

A new drug for chronic heart failure treatment arrivesImportance of Coenzyme Q10 in the body

The annual Heart Failure Congress is in 2013 being held in Lisbon, Portugal, between 25 and 28 May. This is usually the major annual conference of Heart Failure Association of European Association of Cardiology. The new drug, Coenzyme Q10 naturally occurs in the body. It is very important for survival, and it is used by mitochondria as a carrier of electrons.

Abuse of prescription drugs


Date: June 22nd, 2013

How parents can help teens with prescription drug abuseThe researchers started by asking the teens about the last conversation regarding substance abuse they talked about with their parents. In response, 14 percent said that they had actually talked about a certain prescription drug. The report was released by Partnership at