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Health Alert: Aerobic exercise may lower blood pressure

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(CBS) - Aerobic exercise and strength training may help lower blood pressure. That's according to the American Heart Association. A new report from the group says certain kinds of meditation and slow-breathing may also help, but these therapies should be used in addition to – not instead of traditional treatments. The AHA also says there is not enough evidence to recommend yoga or acupuncture to treat high blood pressure.


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(CBS) - Researchers looking into malpractice payouts find "diagnostic mistakes" are more common, more costly and more harmful than other kinds of medical mistakes including surgical errors and drug overdoses. Diagnostic mistakes are diagnoses that are missed, are wrong, or weren't caught in time. Johns Hopkins researchers estimate up to 160-thousand patients each year suffer permanent injury or death because of diagnostic errors.

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