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People are absorbing high levels of dangerous chemicals from popular sun creams and sprays. The chem...
Does grounding—where you put your bare feet on the grass or earth—really help ease pain?
Common pesticides sprayed on flowers raise blood pressure—and small children could be especially sensitive.
If you're going to eat bread, wholegrain rye is about the best for your health, researchers reckon.
Nobody seems able to agree whether coffee is good or bad for us—but the amount we can safely drink...
Eat walnuts if you have high blood pressure (hypertension). They contain compounds that can lower a blood pressure reading and re...
The body can renew itself—and that even goes for arteries that have started to stiffen as we get o...
Add some raspberries to your breakfast if you want to prevent—or even reverse—type 2 diabetes.
People who regularly take a sleeping pill are more likely to develop high blood pressure—and that means they are also in line to take another pharmaceutical, the antihypert...
Heart patients can dramatically reduce their blood pressure levels simply by meditating
Heart disease remains the biggest killer in the West
My other worry about this treatment was the cost
It's likely that cholesterol, produced in our cells, is a natural reparative substance that heals blood vessels damaged by modern 'poisons' such as processed foods
...k which UK GPs prescribe from, also warns that children given Ritalin should also have regular blood tests, as the drug can damage bone marrow and cause blood disorders
...ss with your doctor whether he will accept a lower 'transfusion trigger' of haemoglobin in the blood
* Opt for autologous blood deposit and transfusion
You write that doctors push aspirin because it thins the blood, thereby reducing the risk of blood clots
Diuretics were invented 70 years ago to reduce body swelling due to water retention
Vitamin C maintains healthy blood vessels and prevents fat accumulation (Am J Clin Nutr, 1974; 27: 866-76)