Recent News Headlines : Blood Pressure

CRUMPETS FROM BIG BRANDS CONTAIN 'ALARMINGLY HIGH' SALT LEVELS, SURVEY FINDS


Popular brands of crumpets contain alarmingly high amounts of salt, with one giant version having the equivalent of more than three bags ..... READ MORE

23rd December, 2016 18

SANOFI'S TAKEOVER TALKS WITH ACTELION PROGRESSING


The French firm tried to win over Actelion's board with a higher bid containing cash and a so-called contingent value right CVR, they said... READ MORE

21st December, 2016 418


Women are, however, more likely to have a silent heart attack which manifests itself without pain... READ MORE

16th December, 2016 81

1.1 BILLION PEOPLE HAVE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE AS MORE POOR SUFFER


In Europe, Britain had the lowest proportion of people with high blood pressure in 2015... READ MORE

16th November, 2016 2

12,000 STROKES A YEAR COULD BE AVOIDED IF PATIENTS ELIGIBLE FOR STATINS AND OTHER DRUGS WERE PRESCRIBED PILLS


They then looked at how many were known to be at high risk, due to high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease or irregular heartbeat... READ MORE

15th November, 2016 171

FIVE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD EAT BEETROOT (AND HOW TO COOK IT)


Five reasons why you should eat beetroot and how to cook it... READ MORE

15th November, 2016 295

STUDY LINKS BLOOD PRESSURE RISK TO ROAD NOISE


However, this study controlled for traffic noise exposure and found that the associations of air pollution with hypertension did not vanish... READ MORE

25th October, 2016 675

FITNESS TRACKERS DO NOT INCREASE ACTIVITY ENOUGH TO NOTICEABLY IMPROVE HEALTH


They found that during the first six months of the study, only participants in the cash incentive group recorded increases in physical activity... READ MORE

5th October, 2016 663

CORONER CRITICISES CARE OF WOMAN WHO DIED AFTER KIDNEY STONE OPERATION


Carmel Bloom, 54, from Ilford, Essex, died on 8 September 2002, after surgery at the private Roding hospital in Ilford, where she worked as a health controller... READ MORE

4th October, 2016 59

Trending News Headlines : Blood Pressure

STROKE 'MORE LIKELY' WITH LONG HOURS


And that increased to six strokes per 1,000 employees per decade in those working 55 hours or more... READ MORE

19th August, 2015 5337

LONELY PEOPLE AT GREATER RISK OF HEART DISEASE


New research has found that loneliness and social isolation can affect someone's risk of heart disease and stroke... READ MORE

21st April, 2016 771

LOW-SODIUM DIETS NOT ALWAYS WORTH THEIR SALT, CANADIAN STUDY FINDS


The study is very important for those who have high blood pressure, Mente said... READ MORE

23rd May, 2016 412

HERE'S WHAT LEAD CAN DO TO YOU


Lead poisoning usually causes subtle, long-term effects but acute lead poisoning can cause vomiting, stomach pain and constipation... READ MORE

22nd January, 2016 58

BRAVE TEEN SHARES HEARTBREAKING BATTLE WITH ENERGY DRINKS


Brave Teen's Passionate Plea For Parents To Stop Their Children Drinking Energy Drinks... READ MORE

21st January, 2016 54

LOWER BLOOD PRESSURE MAY REDUCE RISK OF DEATH


The study involved more than 9,300 people who were randomly assigned to a blood pressure target of either 120 mm Hg or 140 mm Hg... READ MORE

21st November, 2015 2

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NHS DIABETES PREVENTION PLAN 'UNLIKELY' TO HAVE IMPACT, STUDY SUGGESTS


Matt Fagg, programme director for the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme, said Around five million people in this country are at risk of Type 2 Diabetes... READ MORE

7th January, 2017 18

MEXICO DECLARES PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY OVER OBESITY DIABETES


Mexico on Monday marked World Diabetes Day by declaring a public health emergency over the rapid rise in obesity and diabetes... READ MORE

15th November, 2016 0

NEW STUDY QUESTIONS TYPE 2 DIABETES TREATMENT


Researchers say no evidence Type 2 diabetes patients must tightly control blood sugar... READ MORE

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NHS UNDER PRESSURE FROM INCREASE IN CANCER SURVIVORS, REPORT WARNS


Around 625,000 people in UK are facing poor health or disability after cancer treatment, Macmillan researchers find... READ MORE

1st August, 2016 833

A 'NERVOUS' PRINCE HARRY TAKES AN HIV TEST ON FACEBOOK LIVE


AP It took less than five minutes to find out whether Prince Harry may have HIV... READ MORE

14th July, 2016 58

BILLY JOEL TO JOIN CUOMO ON NY BREAST CANCER MOTORCYCLE RIDE


It will later be auctioned off by the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, the governor's office said... READ MORE

26th June, 2016 0

HOT COFFEE CAUSES CANCER? HERE'S WHAT YOU REALLY NEED TO KNOW


The International Agency for Research on Cancer IARC, WHO's authoritative 'cancer branch', has been compiling the evidence on cancer causes since the 1970s... READ MORE

19th June, 2016 65

GROWING NUMBERS OF CHILDREN HAVE TYPE 2 DIABETES, FIGURES SHOW


More than 500 children and young people in the UK have type 2 diabetes, despite it usually occurring in people aged 40 or over... READ MORE

15th June, 2016 30

LAB-GROWN MINI-GUTS OPEN DOOR TO PERSONALISED MEDICINE


These are then tested with different drugs or combinations of drugs to gauge which are the most effective... READ MORE

9th June, 2016 50

WHO ADVISES EIGHT WEEKS OF SAFE SEX AFTER RETURN FROM ZIKA AREAS


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31st May, 2016 98

WHAT AMERICANS KNOW ABOUT ZIKA VIRUS


According to the Harvard poll Zika virus is mainly spread by mosquitoes, primarily the Aedes aegypti mosquito... READ MORE

28th April, 2016 51

FIND OUT YOUR RISK OF TYPE 2 DIABETES


We're delighted that so many people have gone online to find out their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes... READ MORE

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