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French-based medical IoT company Withings continues to deliver with its wireless blood pressure monitor, developed with cardiologists and offering one-button activation.

The Samsung Health Monitor application is launching to provide access to blood pressure tracking and TGA-approved electrocardiogram (ECG) monitoring via the Galaxy Watch series.

Published in Mobility

#1 Medical App of Apple Store Comes to The Android Market to Offer Information About Over 20,000 Drugs

Sunday, 04 July 2010 22:25

Fructose may raise blood pressure

If you drink and eat products made with high fructose corn syrup then you may be at increased risk from developing high blood pressure, at least that is the result of a study by researchers from the University of Colorado. Its conclusion is countered by an organization involved with the manufacture of fructose.


Published in Health
Tuesday, 27 April 2010 23:36

CDC says half in U.S. have heart disease risk

According to an April 2010 report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 45% of the people of the United States have at least 1 of 3 chronic conditions that raises one's risk for heart disease.

Published in Health
Wednesday, 23 September 2009 18:37

Can't live healthy? Men lose 10 years or more!

According to a United Kingdom study of thousands of civil servants, middle-aged males who smoke, have high blood pressure, and high cholesterol levels are more likely to die ten years earlier than their healthier male counterparts. It gets worse when more risk factors are added!

Published in Health
A German-U.K.-U.S.-Denmark study has learned that many narrowed or blocked arteries to the heart may not need stents if a blood-flow test is first performed. Such testing before surgery was found to reduce the risk of complications and death afterwards.

Published in Health
A U.S. research study has shown that adolescents who do not sleep enough and/or have poor quality sleep may be at increased risk for elevated blood pressure (what is called pre-hypertension) and, consequently, as adults may increase their risk of high blood pressure (hypertension) and other related medical problems.

Published in Health




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