Disease

An article in the New England Journal of Medicine reports on the mortality associated with high blood pressure, hypertension.  It was not surprising that hypertensive patients fared worse than those not similarly afflicted.
The individuals, academic labs, and "cancer-for-hire" environmental groups have "done" their job splendidly in misleading and confusing the American public about which causes of cancer are real and which are false.
Measles, which still kills about 90,000 people around the world every year, isn't the only microbe making a comeback.
Quick quiz: What is the world's most deadly human pathogen for which there is no vaccine? Since the title, unfortunately, must precede the article, you already know the answer.
Alzheimer’s Disease is a great fear for many individuals, and for the health care system as it may well eclipse heart disease in costs as the “Boomers” age. And it is a global problem.
High blood pressure, hypertension, is a pervasive health problem in the U.S. and globally. It consumes significant amounts of health dollars and is a co-morbidity or risk factor for many of the chronic diseases that ‘plague’ Western society.
While many of us have seen the ads for Attends, the problem being treated, urinary stress incontinence in women, is rarely mentioned [1]; and that is odd for a problem that by some reports effects 25% of women over age 25.
Bras do not cause breast cancer. They are listed by Susan G.