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Taking Blood Pressure Drugs at Bedtime May Boost Effectiveness
What time should you take blood pressure medications? Research shows that before bed at night may be the best time

Ear Wax Softener Can Affect Hearing, Study Report
Information about hearing loss and communications disorders. Produced by our staff of board certified physicians.

Dermatologist Offers Advice on Treating Kids' Hives
If your child develops an itchy rash, it could be hives, experts say.

Use Less Heat on Your Hair
Curling irons and blow dryers may be damaging your hair, and experts say you should avoid them as much as possible.

Athletes Can Be Champs at Fighting Skin Infections
Some athletes have a higher risk of skin infections, but there are simple ways to reduce that risk, athletic trainers say.

Lichen Planus Triggers Skin Rash
Information relating to skin problems including skin diseases and conditions, cosmetic surgery, medications, and treatment.

Easing the Pain of Shingles
Shingles is a viral infection that causes a painful, itchy, blistering rash. While the rash can occur anywhere on the body, most often it develops on the torso.

Drug Restores Hair in Alopecia Patients: FAQ
A drug used to treat a rare bone marrow cancer caused hair to grow back in some people with alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease that attacks the hair follicles, scientists have found.

Medical Definition of Pulmonary hypertension
Read medical definition of Pulmonary hypertension

Spikes in Blood Pressure Don't Always Need ER Care
If your blood pressure reading at a routine doctor's office visit is alarmingly high, in most cases that doesn't mean a trip to the emergency room, a new study suggests.

Tapping to Music May Help You 'Hear' It
Information about hearing loss and communications disorders. Produced by our staff of board certified physicians.

Bring Moisture Back to Dry Skin
When skin is dry, itchy and flaky, giving it some extra TLC can help restore its moisture and natural glow.

Stay Safe at the Nail Salon
Whether you live in a big city or small town, you'll probably find no shortage of nail salons. But before you treat yourself to a manicure or pedicure, find out if health and sanitation guidelines are being met.

Ward Off Dry Skin
The parched air during the winter months can take a toll on skin, leaving it dry and itchy.

Blood Pressure Monitoring at Home
If you have been diagnosed with high blood pressure, known medically as hypertension, your doctor may recommend that you use a home monitor to check your blood pressure between visits.

Blood Pressure Meds May Raise Risk of Serious Falls for Seniors
Seniors who take drugs to lower their blood pressure may be more likely to fall and end up with a broken hip or head injury, Yale University researchers report.

More U.S. Kids May Be at Risk for High Blood Pressure
The risk for high blood pressure in American teens and children increased 27 percent over 13 years, a new study finds, as waistlines thickened and kids consumed more salt in their diets.

Plastic Surgery - motivation, expectations and decision to undergo cosmetic proc
Discusses cosmetic surgery, why people choose to have a procedure, and how to set realistic expectations.

Strawberries, Blueberries May Ward Off High Blood Pressure
Blood pressure information includes high blood pressure hypertension, low blood pressure hypotension, causes, medications, prevention, symptoms, treatment, and how to lower high blood pressure.

Drug for Pulmonary Hypertension Shows 'Modest' Benefit in Studies
A new class of pulmonary hypertension drug is modestly effective in treating the disease and could provide an alternative for patients whose only option has been surgery, according to drug trial results.

More Evidence That Exercise Can Help Prevent High Blood Pressure
Exercising during your leisure time could help prevent high blood pressure, but being physically active at work doesn't seem to provide the same benefit, according to a new review.

Ear Infections: New Thinking on What to Do
Information about hearing loss and communications disorders. Produced by our staff of board certified physicians.

Marathoners Face Greater Risk of Artery Problems
Blood pressure information includes high blood pressure hypertension, low blood pressure hypotension, causes, medications, prevention, symptoms, treatment, and how to lower high blood pressure.

Want Younger-Looking Skin?
The key to younger-looking skin may be choosing the right care products.

Drinking Black Tea May Lower Blood Pressure
Read more about how drinking black tea may lower blood pressure.

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