Friday, September 25th, 2020

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Health Alert: Preeclampsia Increases Heart Failure Risk Later in Life. Preeclampsia involves the sudden onset of high blood pressure after the 20th week of pregnancy, which can place the health of both mom and baby at risk. A study that looked at the long-term health of a half-million women found that those who developed preeclampsia during a single pregnancy were two-times more likely to be diagnosed with heart failure later in life, while the risk was four-times greater among whose with preeclampsia in multiple pregnancies. Hypertension, August 2020


Diet: Supplementation May Lessen Illness Symptoms and Duration. Among a group of 42 middle-aged and older adults, those who took a daily multivitamin reported that symptoms of illness were both less severe and shorter in duration than participants given a placebo. Nutrients, August 2020


Exercise: Aerobic Exercise Benefits. Riverside University Health System notes that aerobic exercise can improve the following: cardiovascular health and circulation, blood pressure control, resilience to stress, mood regulation, energy levels, bone and muscle strength, weight control, cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and sleep. Riverside University Health System, August 2020


Chiropractic: Low Back Disability Linked to Catastrophizing. Pain catastrophizing is the tendency of a patient to describe their pain in more negative and exaggerated terms due to a poor understanding of their condition or disease. A study that included 121 chronic low back pain patients identified an association between pain catastrophizing and disability, independent of objectively measured pain intensity. Physiotherapy Research International, August 2020


Mental Attitude: Severe Concussion May Increase Risk for Dementia. According to a study that looked at the long-term outcomes of nearly one million military veterans, those with a history of traumatic brain injury were nearly two times more likely to develop dementia later in life. Neurology, September 2020


Wellness/Prevention: It’s Never Too Late to Take These Healthy Steps. Johns-Hopkins Medicine reports that in a recent study involving over 6,000 middle-aged and older adults, those who made healthy lifestyle changes (such as quitting smoking, following a Mediterranean-style diet, exercising regularly, and maintaining a healthy weight) reduced their risk of death over the next seven years by 80%. Johns-Hopkins Medicine, August 2020


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