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  • Can losing weight lower high blood pressure?

    Informed Health Online

    Losing weight can help lower blood pressure. More research is needed to see if lowering blood pressure through weight loss can prevent health complications.

  • Can rehabilitation therapy help after slipped disk surgery?

    Informed Health Online

    Exercise programs after back surgery can help improve recovery and might also increase mobility.

  • Cataracts

    Mayo Clinic

    Clouded vision is a symptom of cataracts. Surgery is the only effective treatment. To help prevent cataracts, get regular eye exams, avoid alcohol and cigarettes, wear sunglasses, eat plenty of fruits and vegetables and maintain a healthy weight. Details and questions to ask your doctor in this resource.

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