Gestational diabetes, hypertension may worsen menopausal hot flashes
Women diagnosed with gestational diabetes or preeclampsia are more likely to develop hot flashes during the menopause transition vs. women who are not diagnosed with those...
10 days ago - Healio
Adequacy of nutrition and body weight in patients with early stage dementia: the Cognition and Aging Study
Recent evidence highlights the effects of obesity, diabetes and hypertension in the development of Alzheimer's disease. Involuntary body weight changes in patients with...
28 days ago - Clinical Nutrition
Ibuprofen found to raise blood pressure in people with arthritis and cardiovascular issues
According to a study, “ibuprofen is associated with increased blood pressure and hypertension” compared to celecoxib given to patients who had osteoarthritis or rheumatoid...
29 days ago - Natural News
LeBoff Receives BWPO James S. Winshall Leadership Award
Meryl LeBoff, MD, founding director of the Skeletal Health and Osteoporosis Center and Bone Density Unit in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Hypertension, was...
1 month ago - BWH
There's New Hope For Preventing Alzheimer's - And It Could Be Within Your Control
Margaret Daffodil Graham tries to live a healthy life, particularly since she has a health issue that requires constant attention. Like more than 100 million other Americans...
2 monthes ago - Time
Telepharmacy Boosts Drug Adherence
Trial included patients with poorly controlled hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes
2 monthes ago - MedPage Today
Vitamin D does not affect gestational hypertension, preeclampsia
Vitamin D did not protect pregnant women against gestational hypertension or preeclampsia, according to a study published in The BMJ. Maria C. Magnus, PhD, senior research...
3 monthes ago - Healio
It's Nearly Impossible to Diagnose Alzheimer's Disease in Living People. Bill Gates Wants to Change That
Name practically any disease or condition that afflicts the human body and there's probably a good test for detecting it - preferably early, when there's a chance that...
3 monthes ago - Time - 2 articles
High blood pressure may increase dementia risk
A new study looking at links between hypertension in later life and brain health finds an increased risk of Alzheimer's hallmarks and brain lesions.
3 monthes ago - Medical News Today - 4 articles
Elevated Blood Pressure at Age 50 Tied to Dementia Later
Mild hypertension may increase risk, even without cardiovascular disease
4 monthes ago - MedPage Today - 3 articles