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Low-income adults with and without cardiovascular disease are less likely to be counseled on risk factors for heart disease.
Some facts about blood pressure.
When individuals—especially women—combined short walking breaks with morning exercise, they reduced their blood pressure levels.
Findings show that folks in their 20s and 30s with above-normal blood pressure may develop dementia or suffer a stroke later in life.
Adolescents who don’t consume enough soluble and insoluble fiber may face an increased risk of diabetes and high blood pressure.
Patients who monitor their blood pressure at home experience better, more accurate readings and lower medical costs
Lucemyra is approved to treat the symptoms of opioid withdrawal for 14 days.
For many women, making even small lifestyle changes, can stave off death from heart disease.
The actor died of complications from heart failure related to alcohol withdrawal.
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A systolic blood pressure reading of 120 or less could be heart disease patients’ new goal.
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Buildings and prices aren’t the only things higher in the big city. People who live in urban areas with lots of pollution also have higher blo...
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