NSAIDs and Blood Pressure
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articles.mercola.com — “A new study reveals that the sulforaphane found in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli helps improve blood pressure and kidney function.” View full resource at articles.mercola.com
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sciencedaily.com — “Small changes in weight can make bigger differences in the blood pressure for overweight children, compared to those at normal weight, according to a new study.” View full resource at sciencedaily.com
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dukehealth.org — “Drugs that block the formation of new blood vessels that feed tumor growth are helping some cancer patients enjoy longer lives. But they come with a price: Studies show that up to a third of all patients who take the anti-angiogenesis drugs develop high blood pressure. Scientists at Duke University Medical Center may have figured out why.” View full resource at dukehealth.org
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So i want a second opinion on my blood pressure its always 90 something over 50 something instead of 120/80 and my dr says itsok - Avvo.com
avvo.com — “So i want a second opinion on my blood pressure its always 90 something over 50 something instead of 120/80 and my dr says itsok how do i know if this is safe? It usually always is this low!” View full resource at avvo.com
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reuters.com — “LONDON (Reuters) - Taking repeated blood pressure readings over a 24-hour period rather than a one-off measurement in the clinic is the most cost-effective way of deciding who should be prescribed drugs” View full resource at reuters.com
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nytimes.com — “Low levels of the essential vitamin can bring on symptoms including muscle weakness, fatigue, shakiness, unsteady gait, incontinence, low blood pressure and depression.” View full resource at nytimes.com
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news.yahoo.com — “From Yahoo! News: When a woman who had been feeling progressively weaker for months visited an emergency room with nausea, vomiting and low blood pressure, doctors diagnosed her as having an abdominal infection and treated her with antibiotics, according to a report of her case.” View full resource at news.yahoo.com
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