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arrow Less salt, lower blood pressure
09-03-2014
There is strong evidence that links our current high salt intake to high blood pressure. The solution is simple reduce your intake and watch the numbers go down.
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arrow Public forum on hypertension aims to raise greater awareness
14-01-2014
BLEEDING in the brain, blurred vision, accumulated waste in the blood, problems with arousal, heart issues these are all potential consequences of your heart being forced to pump a bit harder than it should due to increased resistance in your arteries.
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arrow Hypertension a leading risk
17-05-2012
The Malaysian Society of Hypertension(MSH) wrote to the World Hypertension League (WHL) in 2002 mooting the idea of having a World Hypertension Day as a means of highlighting the scourge to the public.
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arrow Swimming lowers older adults' blood pressure
26-03-2012
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Many older adults like to take a dip a pool, and now a small study suggests it can be good for their blood pressure.
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arrow Should Blood Pressure Be Taken in Both Arms?
21-03-2012
Jan. 30, 2012 -- Differences in blood pressure readings taken from the left and right arms may be a sign of heart and blood vessel disease and death risk, according to a new review of recent research. Researchers found that a difference of 15 points or more in the readings
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arrow Midlife Blood Pressure Predicts Future Heart Risk
13-03-2012
Dec. 19, 2011 -- Increases and decreases in blood pressure during middle age and even earlier in adulthood can significantly affect heart attack and stroke risk later in life, a new study shows.
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