Posts Tagged ‘blood-pressure

Screening Kids Indirectly Benefits Parents, Says Study

Posted by: admin on: March 29, 2012

Parents who are particular with their children’s health checkups could see his/her future risks in their reports say a study. Team@CMHF

With more emphasis on prevention than cure AHA has come out with new guidelines which are easy on the CAD patients in order to prevent cardiovascular events or reduce such risks on these patients. Team@CMHF

Exercise and type 2 diabetes (PMRI)

Posted by: admin on: February 7, 2012

With people getting health conscious exercise is catching up. How much of exercise is a big question.  Here is a guideline for diabetics and those at risk. Team@CMHF

At least 3-yearly BP checks advised in primary care

Posted by: admin on: November 25, 2011

Hypertension is silent condition. Many patients are picked up on screening. Hence it is advisable to go for regular BP check up after the age of 40 0r earlier if the other risk factors are present. Team@CMHF

A new report shows, for the first time, that older men who spend the least time asleep in the so-called slow-wave sleep (SWS) phase are more likely to develop hypertension than those who spend the most time in SWS. A study shows for the first time that poor-quality blood-pressure reflected by reduced slow-wave sleep, puts […]

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