FDA Says No Cardio Risk with Olmesartan in Diabetes Patients
After completing a safety review, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found no evidence that the blood pressure medication olmesartan increases cardiovascular risks in people with diabetes.
Heart Drug Linked to Celiac Symptoms
A popular medication that can help with high blood pressure may also cause severe gastrointestinal problems such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss and electrolyte abnormalities. But why?
Common Meds Don't Increase Cancer Risks
Terror, panic and worries raises blood pressure. And that's just what the millions of people in this country living with high blood pressure felt last year. Today, they can take a long sigh.
Diabetics Benefit from Blood Pressure Drug
Type 2 diabetics are exposed to many health risks, including developing kidney problems. New research shows that a common blood pressure drug may help these patients protect their kidneys.