Low Vitamin D at Birth Tied to High Blood Pressure
Compared to children born with normal vitamin D levels, those born with low levels — less than 11 nanograms per millimeter (ng/ml) in cord blood — had a 60% higher risk of elevated systolic blood pressure (upper number in a reading) between ages 6 and 18.
Nurse Pens Powerful Post About Flu Shot
A nurse’s Facebook post is going viral after she penned a powerful statement urging everyoneRead More
By Mid-Century, Heat Waves Could Cover Far Bigger Areas
Previous research has predicted that the number and intensity of heat waves will increase, butRead More