[Urgent] Blood pressure drug RECALLED over cancer-linked ingredient
Drug contains N-Nitrosodiethylamine, which the FDA says is a probable human carcinogen
Alex Reid here.
If you or someone you love takes medication for blood pressure, you're probably going to want to get your doctor on the phone ASAP.
Urgent reports are coming in that a popular blood pressure medication contains too much of a carcinogen called N-Nitrosodiethylamine.
The company is supposed to be contacting all patients and doctors, but the stakes are high enough that you probably want to check for yourself.
What a scary situation!
People who have issues with blood pressure may have to choose between cancer-linked ingredients or a highly serious medical issue. It's no wonder that trust in the pharmaceutical industry is at an all-time low...
That full story, from Fox, is right here.
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New research is showing how too little sleep can actually damage your body at the DNA level. This highlights how lack of sleep can contribute to Alzheimer's and other lethal neurodegenerative disorders.
According to senior author Dr. Siu-Wai Choi of the University of Hong Kong:
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Coffee, long beloved for its taste and stimulant qualities, may also protect against DNA damage — IF you get the right roast and variety.
According to a recent study from the European Journal of Nutrition:
Results indicate that regular consumption of a dark roast coffee blend has a beneficial protective effect on human DNA integrity in both, men and women.
You can find the full study right here on the Pub Med database of medical journals.
To your health,
President, Clear Health Now