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Stable Heart Failure Patients can stop taking Diuretics
Withdrawing diuretics when they were no longer necessary could make it simpler to take the drugs that are needed for stable heart failure patients.
Being mildly overweight as a teenager raises the risk of heart failure in...
Scientists in Sweden tracked 1.6million men for nearly five decades to examine the dangers of carrying extra weight in adolescence.
Protein-coated Viruses are More Infectious and may Up Alzheimer's Risk
Proteins in the biological fluid surrounding the target cell when combined with a virus can make it more infectious. The virus may also accelerate the threadlike amyloid...
Heavy Teens may Face Higher Heart Muscle Disease Risk as Adults
Being obese and overweight can put teens at a higher risk of developing heart muscle disease in later life, reveals a new study.
Lonely Patients with Heart Failure Less Likely to Follow Treatment Advice
Loneliness may be a key predictor of whether heart failure patients follow treatment recommendation or not, finds a new study.
Does Licorice Tea Raise High Blood Pressure?
High Blood Pressure Risk: Watch out, drinking a glass of licorice tea every day can raise blood pressure , cause water retention, and decrease potassium levels if consumed in...
Link Between in Vitro Fertilization and Heart Disease in Pregnancy Discovered
Women who are undergoing fertility treatment should see their doctor/physician urgently if they have heart failure symptoms, says study.
Modi Govt's Massive Victory Brings Cheer to Indian Medical Device Industry
The Indian Medical Device Industry is very upbeat with Modi Govt's victory. The government will ensure a separate set of legislation and regulatory framework to govern the...
I Was Overeating After Dinner Until I Started Doing This 1 Simple Thing
I love being in the kitchen. I should - I mean, I'm always there. I love to bake and meal prep on Sundays. I enjoy making the kids a nutritious breakfast every morning. I love...
Antibiotics in Few Rivers Surpass 'safe' Levels
Amount of antibiotics in certain world's rivers exceed 'safe' levels by around 300 times, according to a new study.