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Worcester Health Department looks to tackle hypertension and diabetes - WMDT



WMDT
 
Worcester Health Department looks to tackle hypertension and diabetes 
WMDT
SNOW HILL, Md. - Over a third of residents in Worcester County have diagnosed pre-hypertension, and even more have it and don't know it. Because of this, the Worcester County Health Department is partnering with the School of Pharmacy at UMES for a ...

 


Causes of major illnesses - Inquirer.net



Causes of major illnesses 
Inquirer.net
While we know that our genes is also a risk factor, studies have shown that a healthy lifestyle could outplay genetic predisposition, enabling siblings of parents, who are both diabetic and hypertensive, who smoke, drink excessively, eat unhealthy diet ...

 


Over 350 attend diabetes camp - The Tribune



Over 350 attend diabetes camp 
The Tribune
Interacting with the patients, Dr Gupta and other medical consultants said the winter season was just at hand and those who suffering from hypo-thyroidism and hypertension need to take special care. He said as festival season had just gone, now the ...

 


Older surgical patients with diabetes may be at higher risk of developing POCD - News-Medical.net



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Older surgical patients with diabetes may be at higher risk of developing POCD 
News-Medical.net
After adjusting for age, sex, surgery type, randomization, obesity and hypertension, the researchers determined diabetes was associated with an 84 percent higher risk of POCD. Patients age 65 or older were at particularly high risk. "Our findings ...
Diabetics at risk of postoperative cognitive issues Daily Pioneer

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Diabetes, hypertension now diseases of the young | Kochi News ... - Times of India



Times of India
 
Diabetes, hypertension now diseases of the young | Kochi News ... 
Times of India
KOCHI: Non-communicable diseases among the youth are on a rise in the state said doctors. The incidence of diabetes, cholesterol and hypertension among ...

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Rolling Strong unveils interactive driver wellness app - Commercial Carrier Journal



Commercial Carrier Journal
 
Rolling Strong unveils interactive driver wellness app 
Commercial Carrier Journal
Steve Kane, Rolling Strong president, said truck drivers are twice as likely to be obese, have diabetes and hypertension compared to the general U.S. population. With a current shortfall of roughly 100,000 drivers, Kane said nearly 200,000 drivers in ...

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Grow Ohio Valley helping people eat, feel healthier - The Exponent Telegram (press release)



The Exponent Telegram (press release)
 
Grow Ohio Valley helping people eat, feel healthier 
The Exponent Telegram (press release)
?Every day in the Northern Panhandle and, by extension, throughout the state, you have personal encounters with people who are unhealthy ? whether it's someone who is drug addicted, obese, suffers from hypertension or Type II diabetes,? Grow Ohio ...

 


Increases in Hypertension, Diabetes, and Dyslipidemia During 10 Year Period - The Cardiology Advisor



The Cardiology Advisor
 
Increases in Hypertension, Diabetes, and Dyslipidemia During 10 Year Period 
The Cardiology Advisor
HealthDay News ? From 2004 to 2014 there were increases in the prevalence of hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia, smoking, and drug abuse in acute ischemic stroke (AIS), according to a study published in Neurology. Fadar Oliver Otite, MD, from the ...

 


Lowering Cardiovascular Disease Risk for Patients With Diabetes - Pharmacy Times



Pharmacy Times
 
Lowering Cardiovascular Disease Risk for Patients With Diabetes 
Pharmacy Times
Even when glucose is controlled, patients with diabetes have an increased risk of heart disease and stroke, as there are often other risk factors present that contribute to CVD, such as hypertension, dyslipidemia, obesity, tobacco use, and physical ...

 


High blood pressure epidemic continues in U.S. - TODAY.com - Today.com



Today.com
 
High blood pressure epidemic continues in U.S. - TODAY.com 
Today.com
Less than half of adults with high blood pressure actually have it under control.

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