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Pfizer Japan recalls high blood pressure drug over cancer-causing impurity

The Japanese subsidiary of Pfizer Inc is recalling a drug for high blood pressure which was found to contain a carcinogenic substance in its active ingredient valsartan, the drugmaker said on Friday.
Reuters - Published

Pharmacy stocks run low as Turkey's drug price policy hits supplies

The shelf of heart disease drugs in Hulya Akpinar's Istanbul pharmacy is almost bare, and patients seeking medicine for blood pressure and diabetes leave empty-handed.
Reuters - Published

Videos for "Blood Pressure"

Foods That Raise Your Blood Pressure [Video]Foods That Raise Your Blood Pressure

Do you have high blood pressure? Here are some foods that can make your blood pressure jump even higher.

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Meet the Young Woman who had two Heart Attacks in ten Days [Video]Meet the Young Woman who had two Heart Attacks in ten Days

In February, Newsy is profiling unlikely young patients bringing awareness to heart health. Sherryn Hensley, has had five heart attacks since age 37.

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Understanding Hypertension With Millennium Physicians Group [Video]Understanding Hypertension With Millennium Physicians Group

Hypertension can be confusing sometimes, but we have Jesus Mendiolaza from Millennium Physicians Group to explain!

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Former news anchor wants you to ask the right questions about heart health [Video]Former news anchor wants you to ask the right questions about heart health

A former Youngstown news anchor asked all the right questions except for when it came to her own health. She doesn't want you to make the same mistake.

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Kissing Is Good For Your Health [Video]Kissing Is Good For Your Health

Don't use it as a pickup line...

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Free blood pressure screenings for Love Your Heart [Video]Free blood pressure screenings for Love Your Heart

The event helps San Diegans stay healthy.

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The Risks Linked to Cardiac Ablation Surgery - Southlake Regional Health Centre [Video]The Risks Linked to Cardiac Ablation Surgery - Southlake Regional Health Centre

Dr. Atul Verma, MD, FRCPC, Cardiologist, discusses the risks that are involved when undergoing cardiac ablation surgery. Southlake Regional Health Centre

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Former Congressman Gutierrez Expected To Make Full Recovery From Hypertension [Video]Former Congressman Gutierrez Expected To Make Full Recovery From Hypertension

Former U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez has been released from the hospital, a week after he was admitted for high blood pressure, and his wife said he is expected to make a full recovery. Matt Yurus reports.

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The Health Benefits of Kissing [Video]The Health Benefits of Kissing

The Health Benefits of Kissing Kissing is definitely fun, but did you know it's good for you? Experts say that snogging has both physical and emotional benefits. Kissing has an evolutionary purpose..

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Tips To Keep You Energetic While Aging [Video]Tips To Keep You Energetic While Aging

Coffee doesn't always do it.

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Some Parents Turning To Lab Testing To Make Sure Children Aren't Vaping [Video]Some Parents Turning To Lab Testing To Make Sure Children Aren't Vaping

Doctors say nicotine can spike heart rate, blood pressure and effect memory.

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Ask Dr. Nandi: Is that cold medicine in your cabinet raising your blood pressure? [Video]Ask Dr. Nandi: Is that cold medicine in your cabinet raising your blood pressure?

If you’re fighting a cold, you may want to skip over-the-counter cold medicines. The American Heart Association warns that some may have a negative impact on your heart Winter colds are definitely..

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How to Maintain Your Energy as You Get Older [Video]How to Maintain Your Energy as You Get Older

How to Maintain Your Energy as You Get Older As you age, several factors work against you that can exhaust your energy. Here are five ways to maintain your energy as you get older. Rush University..

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Cold Medicine Causes High Blood Pressure [Video]Cold Medicine Causes High Blood Pressure

The American Heart Association cautions that nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and decongestants could increase a person's blood pressure.

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Trump, Not Vigilant On Diet, Declared 'In Very Good Health' [Video]Trump, Not Vigilant On Diet, Declared 'In Very Good Health'

(Reuters) - President Donald Trump was declared “in very good health” by the White House physician on Friday after four hours of examinations in what amounted to a test of whether his doctor’s..

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Ex-Congressman Luis Gutierrez Hospitalized For Hypertension [Video]Ex-Congressman Luis Gutierrez Hospitalized For Hypertension

Former Congressman Luis Gutierrez was hospitalized Wednesday night due to “extremely high blood pressure and hypertension,” his wife said Friday.

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Coconut Water [Video]Coconut Water

Some claim coconut water can fight heart disease, lower blood pressure, and contains antioxidants. Experts say water is more hydrating and doesn't have the calories of coconut water. Business Insider..

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San Diego County offers free screenings in February [Video]San Diego County offers free screenings in February

February 14 is about more than just Valentine’s Day in San Diego County. It’s the date of the annual Love Your Heart event to provide free blood pressure screenings.

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New Revelations In Brain Health [Video]New Revelations In Brain Health

A new study found a correlation between blood pressure and brain health.

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48% of U.S. Adults Have Heart Disease [Video]48% of U.S. Adults Have Heart Disease

48% of U.S. Adults Have Heart Disease A new report from the American Heart Association has revealed that nearly half of Americans have some form of heart disease. This includes conditions such as..

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Researchers Warn of Health Issues After Brazil Dam Collapse [Video]Researchers Warn of Health Issues After Brazil Dam Collapse

Researchers in Brazil say the dam collapse that left hundreds dead or missing last month could cause major health issues for residents.

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Stacey Abrams Gives Dem. Response to State of the Union [Video]Stacey Abrams Gives Dem. Response to State of the Union

Abrams said she doesn't want the president to fail, but he must "respect his duties and the extraordinary diversity that defines America."

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Obesity Increases Protein Linked To Diabetes, Stroke, Heart Disease [Video]Obesity Increases Protein Linked To Diabetes, Stroke, Heart Disease

Ohio State University researchers have zeroed in on a key protein linked to diabetes, heart disease and stroke. According to UPI, a new study shows the overproduction of a protein called clusterin can..

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These Spa and Wellness Trends Are Taking Over 2019 [Video]These Spa and Wellness Trends Are Taking Over 2019

From the bizarre to the sticky to the electrical, spa and wellness trends come and go.

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Las Vegas woman urges people to improve habits to improve heart health [Video]Las Vegas woman urges people to improve habits to improve heart health

Las Vegas woman urges people to improve habits to improve heart health

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Dementia risk factors not known by half of population

dementia risk factors not known by half of population
Risk factors for dementia include heavy drinking, smoking, genetics and high blood pressure.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Nissan Leaf long-term review

The first Leaf was an EV pioneer. Can the new one make as big an impact? We found out over six months *Why we ran it: *To see if Nissan’s advanced the cause of EVs at the affordable end of the..
Autocar - Published

Lower blood pressure slashes risk of Alzheimer's by 15%, study finds

lower blood pressure slashes risk of alzheimer's by 15%, study finds
A study of more than 9,000 over 50s found those who got it below the newly recommended level - with a top reading under 120 - slashed their risk of memory problems by about a fifth.
MailOnline - Published

Lowering blood pressure could cut risk factors for dementia by a fifth 


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Regular ‘good’ sex can lower blood pressure as successfully as medicine, scientists claim

regular ‘good’ sex can lower blood pressure as successfully as medicine, scientists claim
Researchers at Georgia State University in the US believe sex works by boosting the ‘cuddle’ hormone oxytocin that can reduce stress (stock image).
MailOnline - Published

More blood pressure drugs may have shortages after recalls: FDA

Additional shortages of blood pressure drugs in the United States are possible following recent recalls related to traces of a probable carcinogen found in some versions a particular class of..
Reuters - Published

Health officials announce ANOTHER recall of blood pressure pills in the UK

health officials announce another recall of blood pressure pills in the uk
Today's announcement concerns irbesartan supplied by Macleods Pharma UK, while other recalls have involved the company Actavis.
MailOnline - Published

ANOTHER batch of blood pressure drugs recalled over traces of cancer-causing chemical

another batch of blood pressure drugs recalled over traces of cancer-causing chemical
Earlier this month, EU regulators recalled Irbesartan over NDEA fears. On Monday, a US firm followed suit. It is part of a months-long global recall tied to contaminated China-made drugs.
MailOnline - Published

Heart disease may begin in the WOMB

heart disease may begin in the womb
A study by Cambridge University found that adults who suffered low oxygen in the womb are more likely to show red flags for heart disease, like high blood pressure or stiff arteries.
MailOnline - Published

Scotland's papers: 'Silent killer' and Brexit resignation threats

scotland's papers: 'silent killer' and brexit resignation threats
Scots living with the "silent killer" high blood pressure and Brexit resignation threats make the Scottish front pages.
BBC News - Published

Call for high blood pressure task force in Scotland

call for high blood pressure task force in scotland
MSPs, clinicians and health bodies want the Scottish government to prioritise tackling the "silent killer".
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

'I beat diabetes by losing 7st - and I'm still going!'

'i beat diabetes by losing 7st - and i'm still going!'
The Type II diabetic originally weighed over 21 Stone and had high blood pressure
Grimsby Telegraph - Published

Samsung reveals AI health robot that can check users' blood pressure and pulse

samsung reveals ai health robot that can check users' blood pressure and pulse
At CES in Las Vegas on Monday, the Korean tech giant revealed a new lineup of helpful droids that can keep track of your health and get rid of harmful air in your home, among other things.
MailOnline - Published

Few U.S. teens get enough fiber

(Reuters Health) - Most teens eat far less fiber than recommended, and this nutritional deficit may lead to a higher risk of diabetes and high blood pressure in the future, a U.S. study suggests.
Reuters - Published

Heart and blood pressure drugs recalled because of cancer chemical contamination

heart and blood pressure drugs recalled because of cancer chemical contamination
Patients are being urged check their medication - but to keep on taking it
Cornish Guardian - Published Also reported by •The CornishmanWest Briton

Blood pressure medicine recall across Europe after cancer-causing contaminants found

Carcinogenic chemicals found in tobacco smoke and used in meat curing introduced to high blood pressure treatments manufactured by Chinese supplier
Independent - Published

Stroke survivors in U.S. may be getting less healthy

(Reuters Health) - Stroke survivors are doing better at managing their blood pressure and cholesterol today than a generation ago, but a growing number now have poor eating and exercise habits that..
Reuters - Published

Overweight dogs that are spoiled by their doting owners live TWO YEARS less than healthy pooches

overweight dogs that are spoiled by their doting owners live two years less than healthy pooches
Researchers from the University of Liverpool say overweight dogs, like humans, are at risk from cancer, high blood pressure and heart and kidney problems.
MailOnline - Published

Apple patents glove of 'smart fabric' that could monitor your blood pressure and other vital signs

apple patents glove of 'smart fabric' that could monitor your blood pressure and other vital signs
Apple has been granted a series of patents that signals it's interested in developing a 'smart fabric' of some kind. It could be capable of measuring blood pressure, heart rate and respiration.
MailOnline - Published

Aurobindo Pharma to recall 80 lots of blood pressure medicine valsartan in the U.S.

A U.S. unit of Indian generic drugmaker Aurobindo Pharma Ltd will recall 80 lots of medicines containing blood pressure drug valsartan that were found to have a probable cancer-causing impurity,..
Reuters - Published

To lower blood pressure, exercise may be as good as medication

(Reuters Health) - For people with high blood pressure, starting an exercise regimen may lower blood pressure by as much as taking medication would, a large analysis suggests.
Reuters - Published

Evening workouts may be best for men with high blood pressure

(Reuters Health) - - Men being treated for hypertension may find that exercising at night, rather than in the morning, helps reduce their blood pressure readings, a small experiment suggests.
Reuters - Published

Exercise could be as good as drugs at cutting high blood pressure 


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Pensioner accused of smuggling £2m rushed to hospital after suffering ‘hypertensive crisis’ 

pensioner accused of smuggling £2m rushed to hospital after suffering ‘hypertensive crisis’ 
Suspected cocaine smuggler Sue Clarke, 70, has been rushed to hospital from jail. She suffered severe blood pressure spikes which risk organ damage. Husband Roger may not know.
MailOnline - Published

Meng Wanzhou: US ambassador told to 'immediately correct' arrest of Huawei CFO as diplomatic row deepens

Chinese pressure comes as court filings reveal Huawei CFO was hospitalised due to high blood pressure after her arrest
Independent - Published

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