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Monitoring Blood Pressure in the Childbearing Years

Posted in Health Conditions, Women's Health

You know women can suffer from high blood pressure and often they ignore it. Here’s the problem, many women are not as concerned about their own health as they are in the childbearing years. They go to the gynecologist but they do not necessarily go to the family physician or the internist. They see the [&hellip

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Decrease Risk of Diseases in Women Who Stop Smoking

Posted in 123MyMD, General Medicine, Women's Health

A recent study analyzes just how quickly women can decrease their risk of serious health problems by deciding to stop smoking.  The study reveals that some women, even those who have smoked for decades, can significantly decrease their risk of certain fatal diseases within just five years after quitting smoking.  Researchers say the harms of [&hellip

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Chronic Dry Eye Causes and Symptoms

Posted in General Medicine, The Body

Chronic dry eye is a medical condition that affects many people, but few take it seriously enough to talk with their doctor about it.  In dry eye, the eye does not produce the right quantity of tears, or quality, exactly.  One problem, in particular, is that there is not enough of a lipid layer that [&hellip

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Western Diet and Heart Attack Risk

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, Pharmacy, Women's Health

The typically Western diet which includes lots of fried foods, red meats, salty snacks, and dairy products is responsible for 30% of the world's heart attacks, researchers find after a study of dietary patterns in 52 countries.  The most prudent diet includes lots of fresh fruits and vegetables.  It's even better than the traditional Oriental [&hellip

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Detecting Ovarian Cancer

Posted in General Medicine, Health Conditions, Men's Health, Women's Health

Ovarian cancer is the deadliest of all gynecological cancers.  One in 57 women develop ovarian cancer and there have been several studies which have shown it runs in families.  A major problem with ovarian cancer is it's usually found in the advanced stages and by that point the disease is very difficult to treat.  The [&hellip

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