High blood pressure – the £1 breakfast fruit juice to protect against deadly hypertension

High blood pressure is a common condition that affects more than a quarter of all adults in the UK. But, you could lower your risk of developing hypertension by simply adding cherry juice to your diet, it’s been claimed. High blood pressure – which is also known as hypertension – puts extra stress on blood… Read More »

Top audiology schools in the United States

If you love science and have a desire to help people hear better, you may want to investigate a career in audiology. Audiologists diagnose and treat hearing impairment and balance disorders in people of all ages and usually work in a hospital, physician’s office or audiology clinic. Audiologists need a master’s or doctoral degree and… Read More »

Michael Hiltzik: Arizona rations healthcare amid COVID-19 – Los Angeles Times

You may think that the coronavirus and COVID-19, the disease it causes, are frightening enough. But Arizona has just activated a rulebook for rationing hospital care that is truly terrifying. In brief, the rules allow hospitals to deny critical healthcare resources such as ventilators to patients based on medical judgments about their likelihood of living… Read More »

Pets go on strict diets after gaining the ‘Quarantine 15’ during lockdown

Humans aren’t the only ones struggling to get their summer bodies back after gaining the notorious “Quarantine 15” during lockdown. According to a new survey conducted by Wakefield Research for Banfield Pet Hospital, about 33 percent of pets have beefed up since the coronavirus hit in March. And it’s not just because dog runs have… Read More »