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Answered: Why Need Umbilical cord blood banking?

For the stem cells. To treat disease later on in life, like cancer.

Answered: How effective is radiation treatment for a dog's adrenal tumor

There's no blanket statement for an answer. Each case is different. It could have no effect. It could have minimal effect. It could have moderate effect. It could cure. Size, location, growth rate and genetic makeup of the tumor all factor in.

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Prescription blood pressure medications are notorious for their negative side effects. Have you considered trying natural herbs to help reduce your blood pressure? I know quite a few people who stopped taking their prescription medications (due to their side effects) and started taking natural ...

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Answered: Blood Pressure Medicine Side Effects

I have been taking meds for almost 2 months now & switched meds 3 times.. 1st it was lisinopril, then maxide, no felodipine. still same side effects.. throat feels tight, like I am choking, cough, and random heart palpitations ( it races for no apparent reason) ... this is BS.. sick of goin to doc ...
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Why is my blood pressure very high when simple walking and very low when

I have same issue and am being sent for a heart scan and kidney scan.

High blood pressure and zenerx

I think it may and have been searching for others who think it does cause high BP. I am not positive. I think it does work as claims.

What effects does nicotine have on a person's blood sugar?

Nicotine also inhibits the release of insulin from the pancreas, a hormone that is responsible for removing excess sugar from a person's blood. This leaves the smoker in a slightly hyperglycemic condition, meaning he has more sugar in his blood than is normal. High blood sugar acts as an appetite ...