After Surgery, Resuming This Rx Might Help Patients

When going under the knife, many patients may stop taking their normal medications to prepare for surgery. Getting back on one common type of medication as soon as possible, however, may be better for patients’ health.

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Salt Wasn’t So Serious for Blood Pressure

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Many Americans eat more salt than dietary guidelines recommend. New evidence suggests that salt may not be as serious a threat to all patients’ blood pressure as once thought.
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Using Food Labels to Cut Back on Salt

If you’re at risk of high blood pressure, you’ve likely heard these words from your doctor: “Watch your salt intake!” But how many Americans are effectively using food labels to help them cut back on salty foods?

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