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E-counseling can lower blood pressure, heart disease risk
A new study, published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, has found that virtual counseling can significantly improve the lives of people with high blood pressure.
Keep blood pressure in check, higher numbers may cause brain disease
High blood pressure could be linked to risk of brain disease among the elderly, including lesions and Alzheimer’s Disease, says a new study.
Flight attendants have higher risk of all types of cancers, finds study
Working as a flight attendant significantly increases your risk of a range of cancers compared to the general population, a major study of cabin crew found.
White pigment used in paint and candy may increase the risk of diabetes
Researchers found that crystalline particles of titanium dioxide were found in pancreas specimens with Type 2 diabetes, suggesting that exposure to the white pigment is associated with the disease.
Marriage may protect against heart disease-stroke and associated death risk
Marriage may protect against the development of heart disease-stroke as well as influencing who is more likely to die of it, suggests a pooled analysis of the available data, published online in the journal Heart.
Global trade friction puts Asian factories at risk
Factory growth in Asia’s major manufacturing hubs showed signs of cooling last month as they braced for a rocky ride from rising global trade tensions, while the region’s key emerging markets grappled with accelerating inflation and a strong dollar.
Start exercising to cut heart failure risk
Attention, middle-age couch potatoes: There's still time to lower your risk of heart failure, a condition affecting more than five million Americans.
Dirty air in pregnancy may raise kid's blood pressure risk
Breathing polluted air is never wise for anyone, but pregnant women may pay an especially unwanted price.
Oral antibiotics may raise kidney stone risk
Pediatric researchers have found that children and adults treated with some oral antibiotics have a significantly higher risk of developing kidney stones.
Weight loss and combating diabetes can reduce pancreatic cancer risk
Pancreatic cancer symptoms include stomach and back pain, nausea and blood clots. For diabetes type 2 sufferers, they are at greater risk of developing the condition owing to their symptoms. You should do this to lower your risk.
Heart attack and stroke, cut your risk by visiting a sauna regularly
Your chances of a heart attack or stroke can be minimized if you visit a sauna regularly, suggests a study. The results show that if you visited a sauna more than four times in a week, you have a 61% lower risk of having a stroke compared to those who went just once a week.
35 years later, America still 'a nation at risk'
It has been 35 years since former President Ronald Reagan lamented that the US education system was plagued by "low standards, lack of purpose and ineffective use of resources.” Reagan weighed into the education debate as a powerful bipartisan study had stoked widespread concerns about the quality of American schools.
Heart drugs: Statins could increase form of motor neuron disease risk
Controversial heart drugs statins increase the risk of developing a form of motor neuron disease, new research showed.
Light from mobile phones, street lights could up cancer risk
Reigniting the debate over exposure to the ‘blue light’ emitted by outdoor LED screens and heightened risk of cancer, an international team of researchers have concluded that there is a ‘strong link’ between the two.
UK credit rating still at risk over disorderly Brexit, say agencies
Britain's credit ratings are still at risk from Brexit, Standard and Poor's Global Ratings and Fitch both said, keeping existing 'negative outlook' warnings in place in their latest assessments of the country's creditworthiness.

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