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Rx for Heart Patients: Healthier Living, Medication

Posted by: admin on: February 28, 2012

A healthy lifestyle and appropriate medications can help people with heart disease live longer and avoid a heart attack or stroke, according to new guidelines from the American College of Cardiology Foundation and the American Heart Association. Following the updated recommendations can also improve quality of life, reduce the need for surgical procedures to open […]

High Systolic BP Tied to Declining Renal Function

Posted by: admin on: February 27, 2012

High Systolic Pressure in elderly population should be not be ignored says a new study. Read on to know why. Team@CMHF

New Guidelines For Radical Change In Blood Pressure Diagnosis

Posted by: admin on: February 24, 2012

White collar pressure poses a problem when diagnosing new hypertensive cases. This can be avoided if the new ambulatory 24hr pressure can be used to diagnose hypertension. Team@CMHF

U.S. panel recommends testing kids’ cholesterol

Posted by: admin on: February 22, 2012

Experts say kids 9-11 should be checked to catch high levels early, prevent heart damage We have been seeing gross obesity in children and wondering whether atheroma(s) would have already started in them. Now with definitive guidelines available, select kids should be tested for dyslipidaemia. Team@CMHF

Acetaminophen: Repeated Use of Slightly Too Much Can Be Fatal

Posted by: admin on: February 17, 2012

Easy availability, and its relative safety compared to other painkillers has made paracetamol abuse a frequent occurrence. Repeated doses of slightly too much acetaminophen (known as paracetamol) can be fatal, according to the results of a large, single-center cohort study published online November 22 in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. Team@CMHF

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