Tag: high blood pressure

47 Percent of Americans with High Blood Pressure at Severe Risk

Having uncontrolled high blood pressure is exceedingly dangerous, and may increase your risk for fatal or severe nonfatal cardiovascular events, including heart attack and...

Simply Standing Found to Lower Your Blood Pressure

There are a number of ways to lower your blood pressure. Using medication, nutritional supplements, weight management and exercise have all been researched and...

Study: Nearly 40 Million Deaths Preventable by Reducing Six Risk Factors

A new study published in The Lancet set out to quantify just how many deaths across the globe could be prevented over the next...

4 Heart Disease Myths Americans Believe

When it comes to heart disease, one would think that Americans would be well informed. After all, it is the leading cause of death...

Study – Mindfulness Aids in Lowering Blood Pressure

Mindfulness, an important aspect of meditation centered around conscious awareness and focus on the present, can be highly beneficial to overall well-being. A growing...

Does Watching Television Raise Your Blood Pressure?

We all know that excessive television viewing can contribute to increased lethargy, weight gain, and less time for healthy activities such as exercise. However,...

Goji Berries are the “Beauty Food” with Medicinal Properties

Goji berries (Lycium barbarum) have been used in traditional Chinese remedies since ancient times. They are native to Tibet, China, Mongolia and parts of...

2035 Diabetes Numbers Predicted to be HUGE

According to the sixth edition of the Diabetes Atlas, released by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) this November, 10 percent of the entire world...

High Blood Pressure in Kids Linked to High Blood Pressure in...

A recent study presented at the American Heart Association High Blood Pressure Research Scientific Sessions 2013, revealed that children with one or more high blood...

These 2 Things Destroy Your Heart

Keeping muscles well-toned and fit is crucial to overall health and wellness. The most important muscle to protect and care for is the heart. All...
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