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Heart failure: the unexpected benefit of a pinch of salt for this heart problem

Heart failure: the unexpected benefit of a pinch of salt for this heart problem

Reducing salt intake is practically universal advice when most of the Western world, including Spain, tends to be more guilty of excess than of defects in its consumption. It is known that controlling the sodium that we incorporate into the body is essential to improve pathologies such as heart failure and reduce the cardiovascular risk. …

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A study associates the transfer of frozen embryos in IVF with an increased risk of maternal hypertension in pregnancy

A study associates the transfer of frozen embryos in IVF with an increased risk of maternal hypertension in pregnancy

MADRID, 8 (EUROPE PRESS) A study by researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim indicates that pregnancies after frozen embryo transfer (FET) have a substantially higher risk of hypertensive disorders than pregnancies conceived naturally. In recent years, concern has grown that pregnancies resulting from frozen embryo transfers in in vitro fertilization …

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The danger of overdoing vitamin D in the diet: from hypertension to kidney damage

The danger of overdoing vitamin D in the diet: from hypertension to kidney damage

Although it is true that the most recent studies link vitamin D deficiency with various medical conditions, it should always be remembered that correlation does not imply causality. At the moment, vitamin D deficiency only appears in medical guidelines in relation to bone diseases. That said, a problem that is currently on the rise is …

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