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Fitness / 01.02.2019

[ad_1] High blood pressure is a common condition that affects more than 25 per cent of all adults in the UK. The condition, which is also known as hypertension, put extra stress on blood vessels and vital organs. You could lower your risk of high blood pressure symptoms by making some diet or lifestyle swaps. People with high blood pressure could benefit by regularly drinking tomato juice, it’s been claimed.Tomato juice could help hypertensive patients to lower their blood pressure, revealed charity the American Heart Association.The juice is...

Fitness / 01.02.2019

[ad_1] Hospital ended with 'heart-breaking' scenes last night when viewers found out a newborn baby never recovered from his emergency heart surgery.Casey-Jack, who featured in the BBC Two documentary, needed heart surgery soon after he was born because he had a hole in his heart and a damaged artery.Despite surgeons operating on his heart, which they said was no bigger than a strawberry, he couldn't recover and died last year when he was just two months old.Viewers tweeted about their upset after learning about the infant's death, which...

Fitness / 01.02.2019

[ad_1] Up to 8,000 lives could be saved annually in the UK if everyone over the age of 75 received statins (Image: BSIP/UIG Via Getty Images)Thousands of deaths could be prevented every year if more elderly patients were prescribed statins, research reveals today. A landmark review of data from 28 clinical trials found that the benefits of the cholesterol-lowering drugs far outweighed any rare side-effects. Of the 5.5 million Britons who are over the age of 75, it is estimated that only a third are taking statins. But scientists said...