Sangue Dormido

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A culturally linked condition described in Cape Verde Islanders, which has a broad range of neurological complaints, including blindness, convulsions, numbness, pain, paralysis, stroke, tremor, and objective—e.g., acute myocardial infarction, infection, miscarriage
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In hypertensive patients without diabetes, ingestion of the entire daily dose of one or more blood pressure-lowering medications at bedtime results in significantly improved sleeping blood pressure control and prevention of new-onset diabetes," said Ramon Hermida from University of Vigo, Spain.