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Sleepless Nights Linked To High Blood Pressure

Submitted by the University of Arizona News Service….. A bad night’s sleep may result in a spike in blood pressure that night and the following day, according to new research…

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Keeping Pregnant Mothers Safe From Blood Clots

This article is courtesy of PRWeb and The Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety (PPAHS). Please share your thoughts below….. The Physician-Patient Alliance for Health & Safety (PPAHS) released a…

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Don’t Let A Blood Clot Spoil Your Travel Plans

This article is courtesy of PRWeb and Harvard Health Publications, please share your comments below….. Blood clots can develop in the legs during hours of sitting in a plane, train,…

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Factors That Boost Blood Glucose Levels Besides Food

By Jeremy Lim If you have high blood sugar, you absolutely must alter your diet to manage the disease. It’s not optional. Sadly, many diabetics are non-compliant and choose to…

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Correlation Between Blood Pressure Stress Response And Underwater Treadmill Training

During their scientific investigation of blood pressure as it relates to stress during exercise on an underwater treadmill, authors Lambert, et al, tracked the responses of 60 adults who worked…

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Researcher: Chowing Down On Watermelon Could Lower Blood Pressure

Be sure to pick up a watermelon — or two — at your neighborhood farmers’ market. It could save your life. A new study by Florida State University Associate Professor…

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Blood Detective Fitness Secrets – Part 2

By Dr. Michael Wald Continued from part 1 of this article….. More Exercise Equals Less Cancer More and more studies are also showing that people who exercise regularly have a…

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Blood Detective Fitness Secrets – Part 1

By Dr. Michael Wald Exercise is fun, feels good and helps fight disease: What more could baby bombers ask for? In this article I will not only outline precisely why…

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Discovered Dangers: Blood Work for Optimal Preventive Health

By Dr. Michael Wald Blood laboratory work is often an important part of assessing and diagnosing your current health issues. But more than just identifying current disease states, laboratory tests…

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5 Most Common Types of Blood Disorders in Children To Look For

Blood is the life maintaining thing of body, which circulates through our heart, veins, capillaries, and arteries. Blood caries away the carbon dioxide and waste matter, and brings electrolytes, nourishment,…

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