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New Blood Pressure Guidelines May Lead to Undertreatment of Older Adults - 07.07.2015

In 2014, the Joint National Committee released the eighth update to its blood pressure guidelines (JNC8P), which changed the blood pressure goal for adults 60 years of age or older. A new study study sheds light on concerns that the new guidelines would result in undertreatment of hypertension in older adults.More »

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Link Found Between Autoimmune Diseases, Medications, Dangerous Heartbeat Condition - 07.07.2015

New research focuses on identifying the mechanism by which patients with various autoimmune and connective tissue disorders may be at risk for life-threatening cardiac events if they take certain anti-histamine or anti-depressant medications.More »

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Support for Overdose-Reversing Drug Low, But Can Be Bolstered With Right Messages - 07.06.2015

While most Americans do not support policies designed to increase distribution of naloxone -- a medication that reverses the effects of a drug overdose -- certain types of educational messages about its lifesaving benefits may bolster support for its use, new Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health research suggests.More »

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Men With 'Low Testosterone' Have Higher Rates of Depression - 07.06.2015

Researchers found that men referred for tertiary care for borderline testosterone levels had much higher rates of depression and depressive symptoms than those of the general population.More »

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July 4: Short-Term Spike in Particulate Matter in US - 07.02.2015

While many grew up learning that fireworks can be dangerous to the eyes and hands if not handled properly, fireworks also produce air pollutants, including particulate matter, that are linked to short-term or long-term health effects.More »

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