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A barbecue was held to raise money for Keaton Dirks and his family. On April 9, the four-year-old underwent a heart transplant.
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"With a lot of people untreated, there are a lot of cardiac issues that can occur and health issues that can be compounded," a pharmacist said.
Yesterday | Medical News Today
A new BMJ study finds that even among people who drink only light to moderate amounts of alcohol, reducing consumption can improve heart health, reduce body mass index, and bring down The large multi-center international study, which was co-led by the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, calls into question ... (more)
Potential donors must be at least 17 years old - 16 with a signed parental permission form available at www.bloodcenter.org - weigh more than 110 pounds and have a photo I.D. or Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center donor card.
But now, a new study suggests that getting more fit might also reduce the risk of death for elderly men with high blood pressure.
Lebaron Burston, of Cherryville, stopped eating cheeseburgers in 2010. The 26-year-old Burns High School graduate decided a career in acting and modeling was more important to him than the three 520-calorie sandwiches he could eat in one day.
The EU on Wednesday hit French drugs giant Servier with a huge 331 million euro fine for colluding to delay a cheaper generic version of Perindopril, a popular blood pressure treatment.
Correspondence to Jennifer C. Sullivan, Department of Physiology, Georgia Regents University, 1459 Laney Walker Blvd, CB-2204, Georgia Regents University, Augusta, GA 30912.
Rockville-based Supernus Pharmaceuticals Inc. is set to receive $30 million in return for some of the rights to royalty and milestone payments related to the recently approved hypertension drug Orenitram.
Les Laboratoires Servier and five makers of generic drugs, including Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., were fined 427.7 million euros by the European Union over agreements that delayed the release of cheaper versions of a hypertension treatment.
A new study at the University of Copenhagen suggests football can lead to a younger heart, unless you play for the Brazilian national team of course High blood pressure and type two diabetes are generally treated with doctor visits and medicine, but according to a study by the University of Copenhagen, football can serve as a medical alternative.
The exam will check for cataracts, glaucoma, diabetes, macular degeneration and dry eye.
More than half of Australian toddlers are eating more than the recommended daily intake of salt, researchers at Deakin University have found.
Diseases of the dinner table continue to drag Oklahoma down. We're a national leader for heart disease, high-blood pressure, obesity, high cholesterol, stroke, cancer and diabetes.
High blood pressure-also known as hypertension-is widespread, but treatment often fails.
A new study reveals an increased risk of psoriasis among women with high blood pressure.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 06:31 pm
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