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Common heartburn medications you can buy at the pharmacy increase the chances of a stroke. The drugs, known as proton pump inhibitors, or PPIs, have already been found to raise the risk of a heart attack, kidney disease and dementia.
If you’re eating red meat most days, think about cutting back—it could help lower your risk of kidney failure. Replacing even one weekly meal of meat with another protein, such as chicken or fish, will reduce your risk of ending up on dialysis.
Indigestion drugs known as proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are some of the most commonly used medications, and were thought to be relatively safe. But new research has discovered that they double the chances of developing chronic kidney disease.
Preservatives in processed food cause heart disease and high blood pressure, researchers have confirmed this week
High blood pressure (BP), or arterial hypertension, is a BP persistently over 140/90 mmHg; it's also a major risk factor for stroke, heart attack and heart failure, aneurysms, peripheral arterial disease and chronic kidney disease