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High blood pressure research: 2019 overview

In this special feature, we collate some of the most intriguing hypertension studies from 2019. We particularly focus on nutrition, risk factors, and hypertension’s relationship with dementia. Share on Pinterest2019 has been a fascinating year for hypertension research. Today, in the United States, around 1 in 3 adults has high blood pressure, which doctors also… Read More »

High blood pressure: Drinking this tea every day could lower your reading – what is it?

High blood pressure means a person’s blood pressure is consistently too high which in turn means the heat needs to work harder in order to pump blood around the body. While the condition doesn’t pose any serious health risks in the beginning, overtime, a consistently high blood pressure reading could lead to potentially life-threatening conditions… Read More »

Blood Tests Show Exposure to Ethylene Oxide

University of Illinois at Chicago, Summary of Blood Testing Results, Dec. 9, 2019 Journal of Occupational Health, Sept. 2006 Susan Buchanan, MD, Clinical Associate Professor and Associate Director of the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Residency Program, The University of Illinois—Chicago, Chicago, IL Peter Boogaard, PhD, PharmD, Toxicologist, Researcher, The Hague, Netherlands Tea Tanaka, resident of… Read More »