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Smoking, Hypertension the Biggest Killers in Japan
Health & Wellness  (tags: Smoking, hypertension, the, bigges, t killers, in Japan )

Agnes
- 936 days ago - topnews.in
Tokyo, Jan 25 - Even though the Japanese have the world's highest life expectancy, smoking and high blood pressure (BP) still remain the biggest health hazards, reveals a study.
Garlic 'Remedy for Hypertension'
Health & Wellness  (tags: Garlic, remedy, hypertension, health, research, blood pressure )

Nancy
- 1372 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Garlic may be useful in addition to medication to treat high blood pressure, a study suggests.
High Blood Pressure Linked to Dementia
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, humans, study, high blood pressure, hypertension, dementia, Alzheimer's )

Tonya
- 1665 days ago - msnbc.msn.com
Hypertension fuels a scarring that can cause Alzheimer's, research shows
Insulin Resistance in Women
Health & Wellness  (tags: health, insulin resistance, syndrome-x, diabetes, pre-diabetes, breast cancer, endometrial cancer, PSOC [polycysticovarian syndrome], hypertension, cholesterol, research )

Dr Kathi
- 2370 days ago - womentowomen.com
In United States of America alone, over 80,000 million people have insulin resistance [Syndrome-X]. Shows redisposition to other health problems, like; heart problems, a number of feminine problems, pre-diabetes and diabetes are some. Men are affected too
Severe Hypertension: Silent Killer Still on the Loose
Health & Wellness  (tags: humans, health, research, science, study, society, disease, illness, prevention, treatment, healthcare, hypertension, heart disease, warning )

J.
- 2391 days ago - omniomix.com
High blood pressure may be one of the top killers in the U.S.. Research shows some 73 million people have high blood pressure, yet many of them don't even know it. Among those that do, a large number are not taking the medications they need to control it.
Hypertension, Alzheimer's Linked
Health & Wellness  (tags: humans, hypertension, high blood pressure, Alzheimer disease, brain, blood flow )

Eduardo
- 2455 days ago - webmd.com
High blood pressure reduces blood flow to the area of the brain that controls memory and learning, perhaps raising the risk of Alzheimer's disease, researchers report.
New Test Could Help Consumers Avoid Surprise Headaches From Certain Foods
Health & Wellness  (tags: research, health, humans, illness, hypertension, staying healthy, nutrition, research, cholesterol, nutrition, heart disease )

J.
- 2512 days ago - sciencedaily.com
The test is designed to detect the presence of so-called biogenic amines, naturally occurring toxins that can trigger a wide range of symptoms in sensitive individuals from nasty headaches to life-threatening episodes of high-blood pressure.
New Study Says Women's Health Much More At Risk From Sleep Deprivation
Health & Wellness  (tags: sleepless, insomnia, study, women, men, health, hypertension, risk, cardiovascular )

Ceci
- 2537 days ago - medicalnewstoday.com
New research led by researchers at Warwick Medical School at the University of Warwick reveals that women's health is much more at risk from sleep deprivation than men's.
Women More at Risk From Sleep Deprivation
Health & Wellness  (tags: gender, hypertension, sleep, health, women, humans )

Eduardo
- 2537 days ago - congoo.com
Womens health is much more at risk from sleep deprivation than mens. Women in the study group who slept less than or equal to 5 hr a night were twice as likely to suffer from hypertension than women who slept for the more recommended 7 hr or more a night.
Blood Pressure 'Is in the Brain'
Health & Wellness  (tags: high blood pressure, hypertension, brain, stroke, kidney disease, heart disease, new treatments )

Mary
- 2682 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
The cause of high blood pressure may lie within the brain, rather than with problems relating to the heart, kidneys or blood vessels, research suggests. "It therefore opens up the possibility of new ways to treat this common, but often poorly managed,...
   

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