Orthostatic Hypotension During HTN Tx Not Tied to CVD Events

THURSDAY, Feb. 13, 2020 — Orthostatic hypotension (OH) during hypertension treatment is not associated with a higher risk for cardiovascular disease events, according to a study published online Jan. 27 in Hypertension. Stephen P. Juraschek, M.D., from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, and colleagues examined the association between OH and cardiovascular disease

This Guy Got Ripped With a Simple Diet and Training Program

Stephen Nutall was always a healthy eater. He didn’t snack, consumed very little sugar, and avoided soda. However, the 42-year-old noticed the weight creeping up and his clothes fitting just a bit tighter than he liked. “Looking back, I struggled with portion control and a more balanced diet,” he tells Men’s Health. I probably ate

Decaf Coffee So Good You Won't Miss the Caffeine

Poor decaf coffee can’t catch a break. Coffee enthusiasts often dismiss it as “not real” coffee simply because the caffeine has been removed. But even as the bar for coffee — both regular and decaf — rises, the methods of decaffeinating coffee actually haven’t changed much. To break it down simply: There are two basic methods, chemical or

InterSystems will spotlight its new interoperability hub at HIMSS20

InterSystems at HIMSS20 will highlight its new offering, HealthShare Managed Connections. The interoperability technology is designed to dramatically reduce the time and cost of connecting healthcare organizations. Today, most cross-organization connections are one-to-one, even though they include numerous interfaces to the same electronic health records and multiple connections to the same organizations. Connecting to an

Meet the Peachy Orange Starbucks Drink You Need to Order NOW

We’ve tried the Pink Drink, and we’ve chugged the Purple Drink. In fact, we were so obsessed with capturing the vibrant unicorn-esque hues of these Starbucks beverages when they were all the rage a few years ago that we probably lost a few Instagram followers with our constant posting. Hey, it’s not our fault that

Novel coronavirus: What we know so far

The current outbreak of infections with a novel type of coronavirus has sparked global anxiety and concern that the virus might spread too far and too fast and cause dramatic harm before health officials find a way to stop it. But what are the realities of the new coronavirus outbreak? We investigate. In December last

Where did they go? Millions left city before quarantine

For weeks after the first reports of a mysterious new virus in Wuhan, millions of people poured out of the central Chinese city, cramming onto buses, trains and planes as the first wave of China’s great Lunar New Year migration broke across the nation. Some carried with them the new virus that has since claimed

Competition watchdog probes rip-off IVF clinics

Competition watchdog probes rip-off IVF clinics ‘that are exaggerating success rates and mis-selling treatments to desperate couples’ IVF clinics are mis-selling ‘add-on’ treatment which can cost up to £2,500 These include ‘glue’ or a ‘scratch’ to help an embryo stick to the wall of a womb An IVF attempt is worth £5,000 but some pay more