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A recent study shows that hospitalization due to high blood pressure is more common among African Americans. Learn what you can do to reduce your...
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Researchers figure out why, suggest not getting enough might raise risk for heart disease Sunlight is known to lower blood pressure, but now a team of...
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Are you worried about high blood pressure in yourself, a family member, or a friend? Your concern is well-founded. If left untreated, high blood pressure...
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To treat erectile dysfunction (ED), you first must lower your blood pressure if it's high. Some people are able to do that through lifestyle changes...
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Even being overweight when young was found to double high blood pressure risk in long-term study Obese children have a four times greater risk of having...
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High Blood Pressure Treatment Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is dangerous because it can lead to strokes, heart attacks, heart failure, or kidney...
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Study findings may lead to discovery of useful targets for new treatments, researcher says Black Americans are more likely to develop high blood pressure...
prehypertension-are-you-at-risk
In prehypertension, the systolic (top number) reading is 120 mmHg-139 mmHg, or the diastolic (bottom number) reading is 80 mmHg-89 mmHg. Prehypertension...
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When Should I Check my Blood Pressure? Follow your doctor's instructions for when and how often to check your blood pressure. Keep in mind that certain...
when-to-call-your-doctor-about-high-blood-pressure
Hypertension symptoms? Often there aren't any. High blood pressure is often called the "silent" disease, because it may have no noticeable symptoms. If...
understanding-blood-pressure-readings
Blood pressure is typically recorded as two numbers, written as a ratio like this:  Systolic The top number, which is also the higher of the two...
causes-of-secondary-hypertension
In about 10% of people, high blood pressure is caused by another disease (this is called secondary hypertension). In such cases, when the root cause is...
grapes-may-fight-high-blood-pressures
Study Shows Antioxidants in Grapes May Be a Weapon in Blood Pressure Battle By Bill Hendrick A hardy helping of grapes may fight high blood pressure...

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