Blue light can significantly reduce blood pressure

Blue light can significantly reduce blood pressure Blue light can significantly reduce blood pressure Blue light exposure significantly decreased systolic blood pressure and increased heart rate as compared to control. In parallel, blue light significantly increased forearm blood flow, flow-mediated dilation, circulating nitric oxide species and nitroso compounds while it decreased forearm vascular resistance and…

BPA lined containers raise blood pressure fast

BPA lined containers raise blood pressure fast * – Urinary BPA concentration increased by up to 1,600 percent after consuming canned beverages compared to after consuming the glass-bottled beverages. – “A 5 mm Hg increase in systolic blood pressure by drinking two canned beverages may cause clinically significant problems, particularly in patients with heart disease…

Video Health Research Report 27 JAN 2014

Topics: Mouthwash is a Disaster for health Raises Blood Pressure and Stroke Risk * Journal of Free Radical Biology and Medicine JAN 2014 Fever Reducing Medications increase virus activity/load and transmission * Proceedings of Royal Society B Today JAN 2014 Medical Treatments now 3rd leading cause of death in developed nations * New Scientist Jan…

Study links chemicals widely found in plastics and processed food to elevated blood pressure in children and teens

Contact: Lorinda Klein lorindaann.klein@nyumc.org 212-404-3533 NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine Data from nearly 3,000 children shows dietary exposure to certain plastics may play a hidden role in epidemic increases in childhood hypertension NEW YORK, May 22, 2013. Plastic additives known as phthalates (pronounced THAL-ates) are odorless, colorless and just…

Old before their time: Britons now ageing quicker than their parents

Poor diet and lack of exercise blamed for increase in obesity, blood pressure and diabetes Jeremy Laurance Thursday, 11 April 2013 We are living longer yet growing less healthy. That is the paradoxical conclusion reached by researchers who have found successive generations building up medical problems worse than those faced by their forbears. Life expectancy…

Amphetamine use increases risk of aortic tears in young adults, UT Southwestern researchers report

2010 study posted for filing Contact: LaKisha Ladson lakisha.ladson@utsouthwestern.edu 214-648-3404 UT Southwestern Medical Center DALLAS – Aug. 17, 2010 – Young adults who abuse amphetamines may be at greater risk of suffering a tear in the main artery leading from the heart, UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have found. In the study, published in the…

Study shows potential benefit of dark chocolate for liver disease patients

2010 study posted for filing Contact: Isabelle Scali media.easl2010@cohnwolfe.com 44-771-743-5103 European Association for the Study of the Liver Vienna, Austria, Thursday 15 April: Doctors could soon be prescribing a dose of dark chocolate to help patients suffering from liver cirrhosis and from dangerously high blood pressure in their abdomen, according to new research presented today…

49th Health Research Report 04 FEB 2009 – Reconstruction

Editors Top Five:   1. Stream in India has record high levels of drugs 2. First comprehensive paper on statins’ adverse effects released 3. Hypertension and cholesterol medications present in water released into the St. Lawrence River 4. Rochester study raises new questions about controversial plastics chemical 5. Blue light destroys antibiotic-resistant staph infection  …