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Category Archives: Hypertension

GROW: Reducing the risk of Alzheimers, diabetes, hypertension – Valdosta Daily Times

Posted: January 18, 2020 at 11:43 pm

Recent scientific studies show we have more control over our brain health than commonly believed. You must live a healthier lifestyle. Continue reading

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Hypertension Starts Years Earlier in Women Than Men, Serial BP Shows – TCTMD

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Evidence from serial blood pressure measurements taken over decades shows that compared with men, women consistently have earlier and more-rapid onset of hypertension, beginning in their 20s, contrary to the accepted notion that crucial vascular changes and onset of disease tend to lag in women. We've known for decades that women and men present differently with different forms of cardiovascular disease, and they also present differently with the same type of cardiovascular disease, whether that be a heart attack, heart failure, etc, senior study author Susan Cheng, MD (Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA), told TCTMD. But we've never completely understood why. Continue reading

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UPMC Uses Telehealth to Help New Moms Dealing With Hypertension – mHealthIntelligence.com

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Source: ThinkStock January 16, 2020 -A remote patient monitoring program launched two years ago at UPMC is helping care providers identify and treat new mothers dealing with hypertension. Continue reading

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American Heart Association, Mercy Health offer blood pressure screenings to LCCC staff – The Morning Journal

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The American Heart Association and Mercy Health are helping Lorain County residents take ownership of their cardiovascular health through hypertension management. To kick-off the four-month long program, Mercy Health Lorain provided blood pressure screenings Jan Continue reading

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Metabolic Syndrome Linked to Greater VTE Risk in Deep Vein Thrombosis – Endocrinology Advisor

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For patients with deep vein thrombosis (DVT), all 4 components of metabolic syndrome (MetS) increase the risk for recurrent venous thromboembolism (VTE), according to study results published in Blood Advances. The study included patients with DVT from 2004 to 2017 from the Indiana Network for Patient Care, a large statewide database Continue reading

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Anti-hypertensive Drugs Market 2019 | Growing Rapidly with Significant CAGR, Leading Players, Innovative Trends and Expected Revenue by 2024 – ABC…

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Antihypertensive drugs are referred to as a class of drugs that are used in treating hypertension (high blood pressure). Continue reading

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Long Work Hours Linked to Regular and Hidden High Blood Pressure – Occupational Health and Safety

Posted: January 13, 2020 at 5:46 am

Long Work Hours Linked to Regular and Hidden High Blood Pressure A recent study by the American Heart Association tested the blood pressure from employees who worked 49-plus hours on the job weekly compared with that of those who worked fewer than 35 hours a week. The results suggest a bigger problem of hypertension than expected. Continue reading

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Innovative Report on Hypertension Market with Global Innovations, Competitive Analysis, New Business Developments and Top Companies Global Forecast…

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According to a recent research report published by Market Expertz, the Hypertension Market exhibits promising growth opportunities in the machinery and equipment industries during the forecast period from 2019-2026. The Hypertension Market industry has many forms, and each form is focused on different application industries, resulting in different prices. Due to the thermal conductivity of Hypertension Market, the demand for Hypertension Market is expected to be higher in the downstream application industries Continue reading

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High blood pressure: Best tea to drink to lower your BP reading – Express

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Researchers conducted an observational study in 2012 where 72 male volunteers were given either lemongrass or green tea to enjoy. The results of the experiment were then recorded in the medical journal Medical Forum Monthly, stating that lemongrass tea has been shown to lower systolic blood pressure. Drinking lemongrass also led to a significantly lower heart rate. Continue reading

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Withings unveils new watch with ECG, Sp02 capabilities – MobiHealthNews

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French digital health company Withings has unveiled its latest smartwatch dubbed ScanWatch, which will include an ECG and Sp02 sensor. The watch comes with a PPG sensor, which will continuously monitor the user's heart rate and alert users if there is an irregularity. If any issues are detected, the watch will prompt the user to take an ECG reading. Continue reading

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