Fart Pill Could Do Wonders To Your Health
Researchers on human gases say that farts can do wonders to your health, pushing them to develop a fart pill in the near future. Gases in your fart can lower blood pressure and even cure erectile dysfunction.
Preeclampsia Breakthrough Drug Discovered! Nexium Can Treat Deadly Pregnancy Complication
Nexium is used to treat symptoms of reflux disease (GERD). However, researchers from Mercy Hospital in Melbourne that the drug can be used to cure preeclampsia - a condition which is previously thought to be untreatable.
Fixed-Dosed Pills Better For Hypertensive Patients
Hypertension can be costly in many ways. Fixed-dosed pills are found to be better for hypertensive patients.
High Blood Pressure In Elderly May Reduce Alzheimer's Risks
A recent study shows that high blood pressure or hypertension in patients at least 80 years old may have some benefits. University of California, Irvine researchers say that patients between 80 and 89 years old who develop high blood pressure or hypertension are 42 per cent less likely to get dementia, while those who are at least 90 years old are are 63 per cent less likely to suffer from the disease.
Study Shows: Using Diabetes And Hypertension Drugs Can Treat Cancer
A combination of diabetes and an antihypertensive drug can effectively fight cancer cells. The team of scientists has also reported that specific cancer cells respond to this mixture of drugs.
Better Stop Worrying Or Else; Study Finds Pessimists Are Likely To Die Because of Heart Problems
In A Test Conducted, The So-Called ‘Glass Half Empty’ Attitude Can Potentially Increase The Risk Of Developing Heart Problems, But What Are The Chances Of This Test In Being Accurate?
High Blood Pressure Medication Can Cause Depression And Other Mental Health Problems
Studies reveal that high blood pressure drugs may increase the risk of mental disorders.
Cell Phone Usage Linked To High Blood Pressure
New research suggests that talking on mobile cell phones may lead to increased high blood pressure.
Exercise To Combat Blood Pressure
New research suggests that alternative therapies such as aerobic exercises, resistance and strength training exercises may help reduce elevated blood pressure levels.
Woof! Petting Your Dog May Slash Risk Of Heart Disease
Want a healthier heart? Consider getting a pet.