UM Conducts Study On Impact Of High-Blood Pressure Medications On COVID PatientsAs Floridians flock to COVID vaccine sites in the rush to get vaccinated, many who are dealing with high blood pressure have questions about their medications and how these might impact their recovery from COVID.
Study Reveals Massive Spike In High Blood Pressure Among Pregnant WomenNew research reveals a big increase in high blood pressure among pregnant women. The condition can pose a major health risk for both mom and baby.
Guidelines For Reading High Blood Pressure ChangingFor the first time in more than a decade, the guidelines for high blood pressure are changing.
Let’s Get Wellfluent: Taking A Pulse On High Blood Pressure MythsSeparating the truth vs the myths about high blood pressure and how it can affect you. Get the facts and know the truth.
Study Shows Plenty Of Americans With High Blood Pressure Aren’t Controlling ItNew research shows many adults with hypertension aren't keeping their pressure at a healthy level.
Women's Dementia Risk May Increase Due To High Blood PressureWomen who develop high blood pressure in their 40s could be much more likely to suffer dementia later in life.
This Could Help You Find Out if You're At Risk For High Blood Pressure Scientists in London have made a genetic discovery that could help doctors identify patients who are at-risk for high blood pressure.
AHA: Heart Attack Causes, Symptoms Are Different In WomenA woman’s heart attack may have different causes and symptoms and some risk factors can be even more dangerous, according to a new, first-ever statement from the American Heart Association.
Poor Sleep May Make Your Skin Age FasterThere are several factors that can make your skin age faster, but poor sleep might be one you hadn't thought of.
Researchers Link Teen Bullying To Middle Age Medical IssuesSad school days are now being linked to illness in middle age.
New Study Links Blood Vessel Damage To Sleep ApneaCould sleep apnea be shortening your life? Recent research has found new ways to prevent potentially life threatening blood vessel damage caused by the disease.