Study suggests genetic mechanisms for blood pressure and salt intake

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Study suggests genetic mechanisms for blood pressure and salt intake

By Nathan Gray, 20-Oct-2010 Blood pressure responses to high and low salt intakes may share similar genetic control mechanisms, according to a new study …See all stories on this topic » Google Alerts – blood pressure
Study suggests genetic mechanisms for blood pressure and salt intake

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INFOGRAPHICS: Labor orders in 2017 meant to ease workers' burden

Women can no longer be required to wear high-heeled shoes, and those in sedentary environment are required to take standing breaks. … According to the BWC, work that involves long hours of sitting can cause musculoskeletal disorders, high blood pressure, heart disease, anxiety, diabetes, and …
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Fighting Hereditary Hypertension

If you have inherited hypertension then the best way of dealing with it is learning how to live with it. It might be frustrating sometimes but if you maintain a healthy daily routine and a positive attitude, reducing the severity Continue reading Fighting Hereditary Hypertension→
Fighting Hereditary Hypertension

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Dealing with new high blood pressure guidelines

Nearly half of the U.S. adult population suffers from high blood pressure, according to the nation's top heart health organizations, which last month … Spearheaded by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology, the new guidelines indicate high blood pressure should be …
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