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Are Your Teens at Risk of Hypertension?

A study by the lead author, Dr. Kathleen Mullan Harris, a professor at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, revealed that 19 percent, about one in five young adults, have high blood pressure. Here are a few tips for dealing with hypertension prevention in your family. Starting in 1995, Dr.…

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Stress and High Blood Pressure

Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is one of the growing causes of death in America. Fortunately, reducing your stress can help ensure that you live a long and healthy life. Over 1.5 billion people in the world today are suffering from hypertension and over nine million people die due…

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Protect Your Heart from High Blood Pressure

A wrinkle on your skin or a wrinkle on your heart, it’s the same process. As your arteries age, they wrinkle. “High blood pressure is the leading cause of your arteries getting old,” says Dr. Michael Roizen, Institute Chair of the Wellness Institute at the Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Roizen is…

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Lower Blood Pressure Can Save Your Life

A landmark National Institutes of Health (NIH) study now shows that lowering your blood pressure can save your life. It specifically shows that a lower target blood pressure of 120 greatly reduces cardiovascular complications and deaths in older adults. Do you need tips on how to lower your blood pressure? We’ve…

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Let’s End Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease is the ninth-leading cause of death in America. Kidneys play an instrumental role in our bodies—they help prevent waste build up, make hormones, and keep electrolyte levels stable. In short, our kidneys keep us going. So, it’s important that we show them some love by living and eating…

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