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Next Sunday, more than 11 years after a federal court ordered it, tobacco companies will begin running frank ads on TV and in newspapers including the Inquirer to admit their produ...
Half of US adults have high blood pressure in new guidelines
-Fox News - Mon Nov 13 10:59:39 EST 2017
High pressure has long meant a top reading of at least 140 or a bottom one of 90. That drops to 130 over 80 in advice announced Monday by major heart groups.  (iStock) New med...
ANAHEIM, California, Nov.12, 2017 -- A combination of reduced sodium intake and the DASH diet lowers blood pressure in adults with hypertension, according to preliminary research p...
No Ifs, Ands, or ---: Black People Shouldn’t Smoke
-Atlanta Black Star - Wed Nov 15 04:40:51 EST 2017
Former President Barack Obama is one of the most admired men in the world. However, there is one thing about him that is not admirable: his smoking habit. Although the preside...
Environmental groups decry proposed ATI pollution levels
-tribLive - Fri Nov 17 10:22:18 EST 2017
Updated less than a minute ago The Allegheny County Health Department's new proposed pollution limits at Allegheny Technology Inc.'s specialty steel plant in Harrison threaten publ...
Medical News Today: Don't worry, --- is unlikely to trigger cardiac arrest
-Medical News Today - Mon Nov 13 01:09:18 EST 2017
Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart unexpectedly stops beating, due to faulty electrical signaling that affects heart rate. Sudden cardiac arrest is, more often tha...
Sleep Apnea May Boost Alzheimer's Risk
-MedlinePlus - Mon Nov 13 07:10:23 EST 2017
FRIDAY, Nov. 10, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- If your sleep is continually disrupted by a condition called sleep apnea, you might face a higher chance of developing Alzheimer's down th...
Almost half of U.S. adults now have...
-KARE11 - Wed Nov 15 01:10:15 EST 2017
Thirty million Americans are getting some bad health news: they have high blood pressure and need to do something about it, according to new aggressive hypertension treatment guide...
Under new guidelines, almost half of...
-WUSA9 - Mon Nov 13 13:02:46 EST 2017
Thirty million Americans are getting some bad health news: they have high blood pressure and need to do something about it, according to new aggressive hypertension treatment guide...
Environmental groups decry proposed ATI pollution levels
-tribLive - Fri Nov 17 22:00:14 EST 2017
Updated 2 hours ago The Allegheny County Health Department's new proposed pollution limits at Allegheny Technology Inc.'s specialty steel plant in Harrison threaten public health, ...
The nation’s heart experts tightened the guidelines for high blood pressure Monday, a change that will sharply increase the number of U.S. adults considered hypertensive in the hop...
Blood pressure of 130 is the new 'high,' according to update of guidelines
-Chicago Tribune - Tue Nov 14 07:07:02 EST 2017
The nation's heart experts tightened the guidelines for high blood pressure Monday, a change that will sharply increase the number of U.S. adults considered hypertensive in the hop...
Deaths in South Florida: 11/17 - Sun Sentinel
-Sun Sentinel - Fri Nov 17 04:00:47 EST 2017
WEBER, BRUCE, 67 of Cooper City passed away November 15th, 2017. Beth Israel Delray Chapel. Elizabeth Braddon Page Ziegler, 84, of Fort Lauderdale, FL, passed away November 11, 201...
Weighing Too Much or Too Little When Pregnant Can Be Risky
-MedlinePlus - Wed Nov 15 04:09:31 EST 2017
TUESDAY, Nov. 14, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- For women contemplating having a baby, new research adds to the evidence suggesting that starting a pregnancy at a normal weight is best....
The Government Just Stomped on Science—Right When We Needed It Most
-The Daily Beast - Sat Nov 18 19:08:31 EST 2017
Emily Slonecker is a second year PhD student student at the University of California, Irvine studying developmental cognitive research. She currently earns about $19,000 per year a...
What Post-Industrial Cities Can Learn From Each Other
-CityLab - Mon Nov 13 10:00:08 EST 2017
A new alliance has representatives from Pittsburgh, Essen, Beijing, and other metros swapping strategies for transforming from a factory town to a sustainable city. In many ways, E...
EPA swaps top science advisers with industry allies
-Science Codex - Fri Nov 17 07:09:46 EST 2017
Eleven new members of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board have a history of downplaying the health risks of secondhand smoke, air pollution and other hazar...
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