Blood pressure link to pollution long-term exposure

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Blood pressure link to pollution long-term exposure

Long-term exposure to air pollution appears to raise the risk of high blood pressure, according to the largest ever study* investigating the effects of …
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7 sugary drinks per day greatly elevates blood pressure: study

Drinking seven or more sweetened drinks per day, including soda and fruit juice, could increase the risk of high blood pressure by 10 times, according …
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Regular exercise may help slow down memory loss

These problems often develop due to underlying health problems such as diabetes or high blood pressure. Smoking, obesity, and other poor lifestyle …
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Blood Pressure Medicine Side Effects – When It Becomes a Problem Not a Solution

Hypertension, also referred to as the “silent killer” is often the symptom of some other malfunction in your body. Although there are actual natural alternatives and/or home remedies to lower blood pressure, physicians use medications to combat the “silent killer.” Continue reading →
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