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High blood pressure: Four lesser-known ways to naturally reduce hypertension risk

Exercise Regular physical activity such as 150 minutes a week, or about 30 minutes most days of the week can…

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Fatty liver disease: The diet with potential to reverse the condition – what foods to eat

Shockingly, liver disease is the biggest cause of death in those aged between 35-49 years old. Since 1970, deaths due…

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Sign-Up Window for Free COBRA Coverage for Many Laid-Off Workers Closes This Week

After being laid off from her job as a systems analyst for a specialty chemicals company in December, Gabriela de…

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Women Say California Insurer Makes It Too Hard to Get Drug for Postpartum Depression

April Dembosky, KQED When Miriam McDonald decided she wanted to have another baby at age 44, her doctor told her…

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Diabetes type 2: Five warning signs in the morning your blood sugar levels are too high

Dr Sarah Brewer said: “The main reason why everyone experiences a slightly a higher blood sugar level in the morning…

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Dementia action call as cases set to nearly triple by 2050 to 152m

Alzheimer’s Research UK believes humanity is at a ­“tipping point” and that substantial funding is required to help with treatments.…

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High blood pressure symptoms: Common sign of hypertension in your nose – are you at risk?

High blood pressure is a common condition that can affect people of all ages. But, you might not even know…

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How CDC mask guidance has changed in recent months

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Tuesday recommended that even vaccinated people go back to wearing masks…

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Diabetes type 2: GP helps over 100 patients reverse diabetes – key dietary tips

A doctor claims to have seen his 100th patient with diabetes type 2 put their condition into remission after adopting…

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COVID-19 transmission rates by state: CDC

Fully vaccinated individuals should now wear masks in certain indoor areas in places with substantial and high coronavirus spread given…

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