Health News Brief: Drinking Black Tea May Lower Blood Pressure, Eating Fried Food Not Always Bad For The Heart, Food Allergies Are Not Rampant, and They Change Over Time American Medical ID

 

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Health News Brief

February 7, 2012   


Cooked Eggs Recalled in California, 33 Other States
Cooked eggs are being recalled in California and 33 other states over concerns about possible Listeria contamination.
Source: The Food and Drug Administration Read More

Drinking Black Tea May Lower Blood Pressure
Lowering your blood pressure may be a major health factor behind the many health benefits of tea.
Source: Archives of Internal Medicine Read More

Eating Fried Food Not Always Bad For The Heart
Fried food may not necessarily be hard on the heart or clog the arteries, as long as the frying is done in healthier oils, Spanish researchers found.
Source: University of Madrid Read More

Weight Loss May Prevent Leaky Bladder in Diabetes
Overweight women with diabetes may be able to cut their risk of urine leakage if they shed some pounds, a new study suggests.
Source: California Polytechnic State University Read More

Food Allergies Are Not Rampant, and They Change
Over Time
Living with a food allergy or intolerance can be a huge hassle. So itís surprising how many people think they have sensitivities to certain foods ó and alter their lives accordingly ó when they really donít.
Source: Consumers Union of United States Inc. Read More

How Lifestyle, Daily Routine Affect Blood Sugar
Diabetes management requires awareness. Know what makes your blood sugar level rise and fall ó and how to control these day-to-day factors.
Be prepared. Always have a small snack or glucose pill with you during exercise in case your blood sugar drops too low.
Wear a medical identification bracelet when you're exercising.
Source: Mayo Clinic Read More

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