Blood Vitamin C Levels Inversely Related To Blood Pressure

Sep 16, 2014 by

A study published in 2008 had found an inverse relationship between blood vitamin C levels and blood pressure, as well as change in...

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Study Reveals One’s Nearby Living Environment Affects Blood Pressure

Sep 16, 2014 by

A study published in 2008 in the Journal Epidemiology has reported that the surrounding neighborhood which a person resides in has a...

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Heart Health Boosted by Eating Apples

Sep 6, 2009 by

The old adage goes – “an apple a day, keeps the doctor away”. Indeed, apples are extremely nutritious fruits, and...

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High Blood Pressure Risk Increases With Lack of Vitamin D

Sep 2, 2009 by

Not enough can be said about the health benefits of vitamin D. The research study highlighted in the following article sheds some...

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Health Benefits of Volunteer Work

Mar 27, 2009 by

Do you do volunteer work? If you do, then good for you! Many of us, perhaps even most of us, have thought about volunteering our time...

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Heightened Blood Pressure in Adolescents – Low Sleep Quality and Duration ...

Mar 3, 2009 by

High blood pressure is not something which is limited to adults and older persons; in today’s world, the young ones are...

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Health Benefits of Living Near Greenery

Feb 12, 2009 by

Don’t you just love the feeling of being in amongst nature, enjoying the serenity and fresh air? I most certainly do, and,...

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Brand Name Heart Drugs Found To Be No Better Than Generic Counterparts

Feb 4, 2009 by

A study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association has found that brand-name drugs which treat heart disease are not...

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Heart Health Negatively Affected By Undesirable Lifestyle Habits Arising From St...

Dec 26, 2008 by

A recent study at the University College London has found that stress raises the risk of heart problems, including heart attack, by...

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ULCA Study Shows Worsening Health Among Elderly in California

Dec 21, 2008 by

A recent study at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) has found that hypertension (high blood pressure), diabetes and...

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