• By Dana Sparks

MONDAY HOUSECALL: Stress and Blood Pressure, Emotional Eating, Lupus and more ...

December 17, 2012

Featured Topic
Stress and high blood pressure: What's the connection?  
Even though stress hasn't been proven to cause high blood pressure, reducing your stress can help control your blood pressure by improving your general health.

Highlights  
Weight loss: Gain control of emotional eating
Long-term care: Early planning pays off 
First trimester pregnancy: What to expect 
Snacks: How they fit into your weight-loss plan 
Thermometer basics: Taking your child's temperature 

Expert Answers with Mayo Clinic Specialists 
Lupus: Can it cause hair loss?
 
Fiber supplements: Safe to take every day? 
Organic baby food: Better for baby? 
Ovarian cysts and fertility: Is there a connection? 
Granuloma: What does it mean?  

Healthy Recipes    
New York strip steak with whiskey-mushroom sauce 
Lemon rice with golden raisins and almonds 
Pork medallions with herbs de Provence 
Lima bean ragout with tomatoes and thyme

Blogs  
Living with diabetes: Diabetes and stress — Tips for present moment awareness 
Nutrition-wise: Healthy holiday eating — Remakes of favorite recipes 
Stress: Multiple options exist for dealing with adversity 
Living with cancer: The importance of human touch for cancer patients 
Pregnancy and you: Flu during pregnancy — What to do?

Health Digest  
Broken collarbone 

Dermatographia 
Hamstring injury 
Pilonidal cyst 
Addison's disease  

Foot pain? Headache? Sore throat? Skin rash? Use the Symptom Checker to find out what's causing your symptom.

 

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