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This everyday task can help you avoid high blood pressure, study says

A healthy diet and a constant training routine can help you avoid hypertension. But there is a simple task that can also reduce risk, according to a new report. » RELATED: Poor oral hygiene linked to hypertension, according to a study Researchers at Buffalo University have recently conducted a study, published in the American Journal of Hypertension, to determine the …

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Woman Uses Neti Pot, Ends Up With Brain-Eating Amoeba

(Newser) – Dr. Charles Cobbs, a neurosurgeon in Seattle, thought the woman had a brain tumor. A CT scan revealed a 1.5cm lesion and the 69 year old had a history of cancer. But when Cobbs operated, he discovered something far more disturbing. "It was just dead brain tissue," he tells Live Science. He took a sample and sent it …

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The flu symptom you’ve never heard of

You know that signs of flu include fever, aches and fatigue. But what about the hives? (Photo: Wavebreakmedia, Getty Images / iStockphoto) Many parents are familiar with the signs that their child has influence. Very often, the sick person has a fever. Pain, chills, fatigue. Maybe sore throat or cough. But did you know that the influence is subtle and …

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Mylan has recalled three blood pressure medications that had impurities

Teva Pharmaceuticals has launched a voluntary recall to two drugs used to treat hypertension as more drugs address concerns about a possible cancer risk. (Photo: Story Blocks) A generic drug company has referred to three commonly prescribed blood pressure medications due to concerns that could include small amounts of a carcinogenic impurity. [19659005Ifarmacirichiamatiincludonotuttifarmingthepressionsofthedalsofthechangesoftherequestionsofthechanicalpharmaceuticalspecialist The generic drug company Mylan Pharmaceuticals recalled …

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Mice given an experimental gene therapy don’t get fat, regardless of caloric intake / Boing Boing

Flinders University researchers removed a gene known as RCAN1 in mice, hypothesizing that this would increase "shiverless thermogenesis", which "spends calories as heat rather than storing them as fat" – the mice were fed a high – calorie diet and did not gain weight. In particular, the modified mice did not store fat around their center – a phenomenon associated …

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