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High blood pressure medication can cause headaches, impotence
High blood pressure is believed to affect one in four people in the UK — and is often treated using prescription medication.
Antibody helps keep man's HIV at bay for 10 months
An experimental therapy has held back one man's HIV infection for 10 months, doctors reported.
Videotaping sleepers raises CPAP use
A video may be worth a thousand words for someone with sleep apnea.
Time, not material goods, raises happiness
Using money to free-up time is linked to increased happiness, a study found.
Eye test could help diagnose autism
A new study out in European Journal of Neuroscience could herald a new tool that helps physicians identify a sub-group of people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Obese don't have to lose weight before joint replacement
Obese patients don't need to lose weight before undergoing knee or hip replacement surgery, a new study said.
Signs you could be suffering from liver cancer
Liver cancer, especially in the early stages, can be symptomless, but there can be some visible signs which suggest a person is suffering with the disease.
Stopping cholesterol-lowering drugs may be deadly
Stopping a cholesterol-lowering drug because of a muscle ache or stomach pain can be dangerous in the long run, suggested a new study.
Five health-care terms every millennial should know
Health-care plans are confusing enough but the industry-specific jargon often used to describe them can make their details even more difficult to decipher.
One stroke raises risk for another
Your risk of a second stroke or ministroke remains considerable for at least five years after the first one, a new Canadian study found.
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