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North American survey finds 76% have impaired physical, mental, sexual or overall health.
However, this does not explain the higher risk for dementia among Latinos.
Frequent clinic visits allowed for more accurate medication adjustments and health check-ins.
Those with both conditions were more susceptible to brain changes such as those seen in Alzheimer’s disease.
Latinas who consumed more solid fats, grains and cheese were more likely to develop high blood pressure during pregnancy.
Drug therapy for pregnancy hypertension helps prevent health complications for both women and their children.
People with hypertension who regularly ate yogurt saw a dip in blood pressure compared to those without the illness who consumed the food.
Latinos come from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and their risk of certain diseases varies between groups.
People under 50 with elevated blood pressure might face an increased risk for brain damage as seniors.
Good adherence to these medications further improved survival outcomes.
Why Black people are at greater risk for this dementia than their white peers.
Adults with serious gum disease are more likely to develop hypertension and experience elevated blood pressure.
Hypertension, high cholesterol and diabetes are very common in the Latino community.
Hypertension, high glucose levels and obesity in early adulthood could lead to thinking and memory problems decades later.
To protect African Americans’ future heart health, doctors should begin monitoring individuals’ blood pressure when adolescence begins.
To preserve cognitive function, hypertension must be prevented or diagnosed and effectively treated in adults of any age.
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