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A study published in JAMA Cardiology in July found that 78 patients out of 100 who had contracted COVID-19 experienced cardiac irregularities, despite not having any preexisting heart conditions.
About 60% of people with high blood pressure are thought to be salt-sensitive. So are about a quarter of people with normal blood pressure.
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Physicians use the word hyperhidrosis to refer to sweating that goes beyond what you need.
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