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Nearly Half of U.S. Adults With High Blood Pressure Have it Under Control
22 oct. 2012 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
Study Highlights : Nearly half of U.S. adults with high blood pressure reported theirs was under control by 2010. The increase in blood pressure control may be due to more use of multiple...
What You Need to Know About Controlling High Blood Pressure
18 oct. 2012 05h00 HE | pTeroPure
MISSION, KS--(Marketwire - Oct 18, 2012) - (Family Features) High blood pressure is sometimes called the 'silent killer' because it has no symptoms, except in extreme cases. It's critical that the...
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More Pregnant Women Taking High Blood Pressure Drugs, Yet Safety Unclear
10 sept. 2012 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
Study Highlights: Nearly 5 percent of pregnant women take high blood pressure drugs — some that may have harmful effects — and the number is increasing. Research is urgently...
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Black Stroke Survivors Face Greater Risk From High Blood Pressure
16 août 2012 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
Study Highlights: Blacks are more likely than whites to have hypertension a year after stroke caused by a brain bleed. That increases their risk of having another stroke. High blood...
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Too Much Salt May Damage Blood Vessels and Lead to High Blood Pressure
18 juin 2012 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
Study Highlights: Eating a high-salt diet for several years is associated with markers of blood vessel damage. People who have markers of blood vessel damage and eat a high-salt diet are...
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Physical Fitness May Reduce Hypertension Risk in People With Family History
14 mai 2012 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
Study Highlights: If your parents have high blood pressure, you can significantly lower your risk of developing the disease with moderate exercise and increased cardiovascular...
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Blacks Develop High Blood Pressure One Year Faster Than Whites
12 sept. 2011 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
American Heart Association Rapid Access Journal Report Study Highlights: Blacks at risk of having high blood pressure develop the condition one year before whites and have a 35 percent...
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Poor Sleep Quality Increases Risk of High Blood Pressure
29 août 2011 16h00 HE | American Heart Association
Study Highlights: A reduced level of dreamless, deep sleep is a powerful predictor for developing high blood pressure in older men. High quality sleep is as important to health as diet and...
LA County Urges Residents to Shake the Salt Habit LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - March 21, 2011) - The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health's RENEW LA County initiative today announced the launch of a new sodium awareness initiative,...
Joint Commission Alert: Preventing Deaths During, After Pregnancy
26 janv. 2010 14h47 HE | The Joint Commission
OAKBROOK TERRACE, IL--(Marketwire - January 26, 2010) - Pre-existing medical conditions such as high blood pressure are putting women at greater risk for death during or shortly after pregnancy,...