high blood pressure
We have known for quite some time that sleep apnea is associated with high blood pressure. Now a new study from Dublin has made the association between sleep apnea and diabetes.
You can control blood pressure and offset or prevent long-term damage but you need to know you’ve got a problem before you can fix it.
Now a report in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism finds that people who drink too much have increased odds of developing metabolic syndrome.
Pre-hypertension needs to be addressed and aggressively treated. Pre-hypertension refers to people on the road to high blood pressure.
Just how important is it to get an annual physical examination?
According to the report, if the top blood pressure number, the systolic number, is in the range of 120 to 129 the risk of stroke increases by 22-percent. When that number climbs to 130-139, the risk increases to 79-percent.
We know too much salt in the diet can raise blood pressure yet dietary salt intake in the US is on the rise.
There is a controversial study from the University of California at Davis which looks at brain shrinkage.
The most obvious reason to control blood pressure is to reduce your risk of heart attack or stroke, but there is another reason as well.
According to a new study in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, men over 40 who have high blood pressure were actually able to reduce their mortality by 34% by lifting weights.
Taking a lot of different medications can be confusing for all of us but when people have worsening vision and perhaps their memory is not as good it can lead to mistakes, mistakes that can be deadly.
The American Heart Association has gotten together with the National Institute of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to take a look at heart disease and stroke.
There is a report from the British Medical Journal which finds a high childhood body mass index is associated with risk factors like heart disease and stroke in the adult years.
According to a study at the University of Pittsburgh, there may be a surprising relationship between snoring and metabolic syndrome.
by KYW’s medical editor Dr. Brian McDonough When it comes to heart disease, we have the statistics. For instance, we know that coronary heart disease is responsible for one out of every five deaths in […]