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  • Jubilant Life Gets USFDA Nod for Hypertension, Allergies Drugs

    Jubilant Life Gets USFDA Nod for Hypertension, Allergies Drugs

    The company has received final approval from US Food and Drug Administration for its abbreviated new drug application for Irbesartan tablets in the strengths of 75 mg, 150 mg, 300 mg and for chewable Cetirizine Hydrochloride tablets in the strengths ...

  • After Blood Pressure & Weight-Loss, Probiotics Could Help Treat Diabetes

    After Blood Pressure & Weight-Loss, Probiotics Could Help Treat Diabetes

    The market for probiotic pills and yogurt, better known as the good bacteria is a big one. People have started to acknowledge the benefits of probiotics and include them in their daily diet.

  • Follow New Blood Pressure Guidelines to Avoid Heart Problems

    Follow New Blood Pressure Guidelines to Avoid Heart Problems

    Hypertension or high blood pressure is possibly the biggest threat to a persons health. Also known as the silent killer, it creeps up without warning and has very few, almost no tell signs.

  • Eat Right! 10 Ways to Cure High Blood Pressure

    Eat Right! 10 Ways to Cure High Blood Pressure

    Heres a list of 10 foods that are easy to find, delicious, nourishing, healthy, can lower your blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart disease.

  • Drinking from Cans Could Shoot Up Your Blood Pressure

    Drinking from Cans Could Shoot Up Your Blood Pressure

    'Can' your favourite drink cause you harm? Yes, especially if it comes from a can. A new study in the journal 'Hypertension' says plastic bottles and cans are generally lined with a chemical called Bisphenol A (BPA), the consumption of which has bee...

  • Low-Calorie Diets May Delay Ageing

    Low-Calorie Diets May Delay Ageing

    Can eating a calorie-restricting diet be the answer to most of our health issues? According to some of the recent studies, diets with fewer calories have proven to be beneficial in lowering the risks of heart diseases, hypertension, blood pressure an...

  • Drinking Alcohol After the Age of 60 May Sharpen Memory

    Drinking Alcohol After the Age of 60 May Sharpen Memory

    Alcohol has always been under the radar because of its toxic health effects like hypertension, memory impairment, anxiety and brain damage. But a new study suggests something different. Drinking alcohol in moderate quantities after the age of 60 may ...

  • Binge Drinking May Increase Risk of Hypertension

    Binge Drinking May Increase Risk of Hypertension

    Excessive alcohol consumption and its adverse effects on one's health has been the subject of many studies. A latest research conducted by Sarah Twichell from Boston Children's Hospital, explains how binge drinking in early adulthood can make men mo...

  • Mindful Meditation Helps Lower Blood Pressure

    Mindful Meditation Helps Lower Blood Pressure

    Adding to the conventional methods of tackling hypertension and high blood pressure, there is a brand new technique called mindfulness-based stress reduction technique. MBRS can be incorporated in your daily lifestyle along with physical activity and...

  • Dr Reddy's Recalls Over 13,000 Bottles of Hypertension drug: FDA

    Dr Reddy's Recalls Over 13,000 Bottles of Hypertension drug: FDA

    Metoprolol succinate extended release is a cheaper generic form of AstraZeneca Plc's Toprol XL. Wockhardt Ltd also recalled 109,744 bottles of the same drug last month citing the same reason.

  • Can't Avoid a Salty Meal? Blame Your Genes

    Can't Avoid a Salty Meal? Blame Your Genes

    You may be aware that an excessive salt intake puts you at risk of hypertension and heart disease. But is it that you still can't do without that extra pinch of salt in your meal? Well now there is a reason that explains why. Blame it on your genes. ...

  • Unpleasant Social Interactions Can Increase Hypertension Risk in Elderly

    Unpleasant Social Interactions Can Increase Hypertension Risk in Elderly

    Unpleasant or demanding interpersonal encounters increase hypertension risk among older adults, a new study has claimed.

  • Foods High in Sodium may Increase Blood Pressure

    Foods High in Sodium may Increase Blood Pressure

    World Hypertension Day was initiated by The World Hypertension League (WHL), to spread awareness about hypertension. It is commemorated every year on 17th May. Commonly known as high blood pressure, it has become more of a lifestyle disease these day...

  • Wockhardt Recalls Over 109,000 Bottles of Hypertension Drug in US

    Wockhardt Recalls Over 109,000 Bottles of Hypertension Drug in US

    Two of its manufacturing plants were banned last year from exporting to the United States after the FDA found violations of manufacturing standards that the agency believed could compromise the quality of drugs. One of those plants was making metopro...

  • Lupin recalls hypertension treatment tablets from US market

    Lupin recalls hypertension treatment tablets from US market

    Pharma major Lupin has said its US subsidiary, Lupin Pharmaceuticals Inc, has initiated a voluntary recall of multiple lots of Quinapril Tablets USP from the US market after failing impurity specification test.

  • Ranbaxy slumps another 9% on FDA ban

    Ranbaxy slumps another 9% on FDA ban

    Ranbaxy has been planning to launch couple of high-yielding generic drugs in the United States, including a version of Novartis AG's hypertension drug Diovan, with ingredients from Toansa. The FDA action could also delay the launch of a generic versi...

  • Bottled Water Causing Cancer, Heart Disease in Pakistan

    Bottled Water Causing Cancer, Heart Disease in Pakistan

    Around 12 brands of bottled water sold in Pakistan contain arsenic, which can cause skin diseases, diabetes, kidney problems, hypertension, heart disease, birth defects and cancer, a Pakistani agency has found.The Pakistan Council of Research in Wate...

  • Diabetes, Heart Diseases Boost Olive Oil Demands in India

    Diabetes, Heart Diseases Boost Olive Oil Demands in India

    India is emerging as one of the fastest growing markets for olive oil, largely due to rising cases of diabetes, hypertension and heart diseases.Imports of olive oil in India surged by 66 percent to 11,916.76 tonnes in the financial year ended March 3...

  • Former Miss Puerto Rico is terminally ill

    Former Miss Puerto Rico is terminally ill

    Miss Puerto Rico 1985, Iris Matias, is suffering from terminal pulmonary hypertension which has left her bedridden and dependent on a machine connected to her heart that provides the necessary medications to keep her alive.

  • Glenmark gets USFDA approval for hypertension tablets

    Glenmark Pharmaceuticals on Thursday said its subsidiary Glenmark Generics Inc has received final approval from the US health regulator for Verapamil tablets, which are used for treating hypertension.      "Today's approval completes Glenmark's marketing portfolio for the ...

  • Aurobindo Pharma gets USFDA approval for hypertension drug

    Aurobindo Pharma gets USFDA approval for hypertension drug

    Aurobindo Pharma on Friday said it has received final approval from the US health regulator to market and manufacture Ramipril Capsules, used for treating hypertension in the American market. The company has received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) for Ramipril Capsu...

  • Sun Pharmaceutical Industries’ arm gets US FDA’s nod for generic Cardizem CD

    Sun Pharmaceutical Industries’ arm gets US FDA’s nod for generic Cardizem CD

    Diltiazem HCL extended release capsules are indicated in the treatment of hypertension

  • Elder Pharmaceuticals to foray into lifestyle healthcare sector

    Elder Pharmaceuticals to foray into lifestyle healthcare sector

    The company is also looking at hypertension, diabetes and cardiac care segments

  • Anna's doctor advises him to reconsider continuing with maun-vrat

    Anna's doctor advises him to reconsider continuing with maun-vrat

    Veteran social worker Anna Hazare was on Saturday advised complete rest for at least a week following high blood pressure and back pain, his personal physician said here. The physician has also advised him to reconsider his decision of continuing wit...

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