Hypertension

Doctors have a new ally in keeping their patients adherent to cardiovascular medication: a urine…
People are more likely to prefer a daily cup of tea or a pill over exercise as a treatment options…
The YMCA and American Heart Association (AHA) are launching a collaborative effort this spring to…
A resting systolic blood pressure above 120 to 125 millimeters of mercury was associated with a…
It’s not just the meat you eat that impacts your risk of developing high blood pressure—but how you…
The racial gap for cardiovascular health in America is narrowing, but the news isn’t as encouraging…
War injuries and subsequent post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have been found to double the…
A drug therapy containing low doses of three different blood pressure-lowering medications, also…
Researchers may have identified a promising setting to control hypertension among black men—a group…
Survivors of childhood cancer are quicker to develop hypertension and high cholesterol by six and…
Since the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association lowered the threshold…
Women who exhibited normal blood pressure during pregnancy and breastfed children for at least six…