Pregnant women who were overweight in childhood at risk of hypertensive disorders
According to recent findings, pregnant women who suffered from obesity in childhood are at increased risk of developing hypertensive disorders during pregnancy, than women who were of normal weight in childhood.
Did You know? Social isolation increases death risk
According to the study, there is a linked social isolation to higher risk of death.
Childhood abuse can lead to endometriosis
Childhood abuse has been generally associated with chronic pelvic pain and hypertension but a new study revealed that it can also lead to endometriosis.
Low testosterone in men associated with chronic diseases
According to the sources, Being obese and physically inactive is that men are seeing declines in testosterone even at younger ages.
Smoking weed triples your chances of dying from high BP
The researchers estimated the associations of marijuana use, and duration of use, with death from hypertension, heart disease, and cerebrovascular disease, controlling for cigarette use and demographic variables including sex, age, and ethnicity.
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