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Women with high blood pressure appear to have increased risk for psoriasis
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A new study out of Brown University reveals an increased risk of psoriasis among women with high blood pressure. Researchers found women who had hypertension for at least six years were 27 percent more likely to develop the chronic skin disease.

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Jill Duggar Pregnancy Update: 19 Kids And Counting Star …
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She's almost finally 19 weeks along! Jill Duggar gave an update about her cravings and health at 15 weeks and 2 days along for fans following the 19 Kids And Counting star's pregnancy. She and husband Derick Dillard even …

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Stay a step ahead of urinary tract infections
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Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common among older adults, but the infections are often overdiagnosed and overtreated. In older adults, UTI symptoms include frequent urination, a sense of urgency to urinate, a burning feeling that occurs with …

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Urinary tract infection Ceftolozane–tazobactam gives a new ASPECT to the fight …
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Ceftolozane–tazobactam is superior to levofloxacin in patients with complicated urinary tract infections (cUTIs) or pyelonephritis, including in patients with resistant uropathogens, according to new research. “Urinary tract infections are an important …

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Arians: Missed call would have stoked blood pressure
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“I'd still probably be in the hospital with high blood pressure,” Arians said on a teleconference Wednesday on how he would've reacted to the missed call. “Every week now you have a call in a game that's determining outcomes of games.” Late in the …

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Can Caffeine Really Help Reduce Cellulite?
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With shorts season around the corner, you're probably in the midst of prepping your skin for the warmer temps. (Hello, there, long-lost razor.) But young or old, rail-thin or curvy, light or dark, if you've inherited the genetic predisposition for it …

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