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Lifestyle modifications can quickly lower blood pressure, study says

June 11 (UPI) — By modifying their lifestyle, including diet and exercise, people can lower their blood pressure just as effectively as with medication, according to a study. Researchers studied the effects of adapting the Newstart Lifestyle program, which includes a vegan diet, daily outside walks, substantial quantities of water, adequate daily sleep and optional spiritual activities. The findings will ...

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Improving Our Diets Could Save Billions in Health-Related Costs

Most of us won’t be surprised to learn that what we eat has implications for our health. It also has implications for what we spend on healthcare. New research suggests improving the quality of the average American’s diet could substantially reduce costs associated with heart disease, diabetes, cancer and other major health problems. These types of studies aren’t new, per ...

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Meituan Accused of Discriminating Against Hepatitis B Carriers

One of China’s largest food-delivery companies has been accused of discriminating against people with hepatitis B by excluding them from employment, Sixth Tone’s sister publication The Paper reported Sunday. YiYou Charity Center, a nonprofit community organization for HBV carriers, criticized Meituan’s job requirements on a third-party career website that state that applicants should not have certain infections, including hepatitis. While ...

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Empowering Kenyan Women with Nutrition Education

The Smart Food initiative is working to empower rural Kenyan women, families, and communities through participatory cooking classes, nutrition training, and door-to-door educational outreach. According to Feed the Future, about 21 percent of Kenyan children under the age of five are experiencing stunted growth, which is evidence of chronic malnutrition. The Kenyan Ministry for Public Health and Sanitation reports that ...

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