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Acne affects self-confidence of many teenagers, survey finds
www.news-medical.net

Growing up can be hard for any teenager without the added stress of acne. Sadly acne affects around 80% of adolescents aged 13-18 years at some point.

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“Good” cholesterol can sometimes be bad, study finds
arstechnica.com

High-density lipoprotein (HDL), the molecular packages that scavenge excess amounts of cholesterol from around the body and ferry it to the liver where it gets broken down, has long been considered “good” cholesterol. That's in contrast to the “bad” …

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Irish study finds drug increases low blood pressure risk
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A new study has found that a type of drug commonly used to treat high blood pressure in older people can actually increase the risk of patients experiencing low blood pressure after standing. The finding by researchers at Trinity College Dublin is …

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Cholesterol-lowering 'portfolio diet' also reduces blood pressure, study finds
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TORONTO, Nov.7, 2015 – A diet developed for reducing cholesterol also lowers blood pressure, a St. Michael's Hospital study has found. The research, published today in Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Disease, was a secondary analysis of data …

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Excessive internet use could be raising your blood pressure, US study finds
www.independent.co.uk

The study is believed to be the first to show a link between time spent on the Internet and high blood pressure, and adds to growing research that suggests correlations between heavy internet use and health problems, which can include anxiety …

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Taking blood pressure drugs at night wards off diabetes, study finds
www.latimes.com

The new findings are in line with other insights gleaned by the same investigators: that hypertension patients who are most at risk of developing diabetes — and cardiovascular disease — are those whose blood pressure fails to show a substantial dip …

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Study finds ASEA to be effective in reducing cellulite
globalcosmeticsnews.com

Charles F. Funke, ASEA Chief Executive Officer said, “While other treatments for cellulite employ inflammation and the use of fillers for a temporary effect, RENU 28 works with the body's natural cellular communication to actually reduce the adipose …

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Study on high blood pressure finds high prevalence, low awareness and …
medicalxpress.com

45% of those with high blood pressure were unaware of their condition. Lack of awareness was higher in males and in the youngest group examined (50-64 years). This is the first comprehensive study in Ireland showing levels of awareness in this age group.

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Genes for height affect cholesterol, study finds
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Short people have more risk for heart disease, and now researchers may know why: Genes that govern height also seem to affect cholesterol, especially in men. Doctors have suspected that height and heart risks are related. Shorter people are more prone …

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