Sometimes it’s not just a matter of taking your medication, but also when you take it that’s paramount.
Health officials have changed their minds — again — about blood pressure guidelines.
Did you celebrate a birthday last month? Congratulations. You were born in the month with the lowest lifetime risk of disease.
When public safety and the protections of the Americans with Disabilities Act come into conflict, public safety prevails. But that doesn’t mean the ADA should be tossed aside. In fact, compliance with the ADA gives us a more effective police force.
Need to reduce your blood pressure several notches? Eating a cup of blueberries a day could help.
Two new studies suggest that people with high blood pressure may do an even better job than their doctors at lowering it, especially if insurance would pay for a good blood-pressure monitoring kit to use at home.
A large international study questions the conventional advice that all people should cut their salt intake to the bone. Too much salt is bad, especially for those over 60 or those who already have high blood pressure, but too little salt may be just as bad, the scientists said.
At least 200,000 Americans under age 75 die needlessly each year from heart disease and stroke that could have been prevented by doing four important things: quitting smoking, reducing cholesterol, controlling blood pressure and taking a daily low-dose aspirin if a doctor approves.
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