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High blood pressure, or “hypertension,” occurs in roughly 75 million adults in the United States, according to the American Heart Association. It is one of the factors that may lead to stroke, heart attack, heart disease and kidney disease....[Read More]
Bone is constantly in the process of remodeling, breaking down and then reforming. Osteoporosis is a bone disease that leads to less bone formation as well as poor bone quality....[Read More]
Participation in sports and other physical activity has many health benefits, and is an important part of staying healthy as a person gets older. However, for some people with underlying heart problems, the stress to the heart during exercise can also be dangerous. ...[Read More]
 
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