Health News Archive - May 08, 2010
Researchers said on Friday that a couple of cups of coffee every day may help some heart attack patients to avoid further serious problems, provided they have normal blood pressure.
A new study suggests that men who are over six feet tall have a higher risk of blood clots than shorter men do, while height seems to have no impact on risk to women.
Researchers warned recently that doctorâ€™s office visits can cause patients to have a rise in blood pressure, saying it is far worse in someone who already has high levels.
Thirty-year veteran organizer vows to unite union around organizing and political efforts to address crisis for workers WASHINGTON, May 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The 73-member International Executive Board (IEB) of the Service Employees International Union met in Washington D.C.
WALTHAM, Mass., May 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Inverness Medical Innovations, Inc.