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Monitoring blood pressure changes during and after exercise may help identify the odds of developing hypertension and cardiovascular disease, say researchers.
Adults with high blood pressure that rises at night show more signs of cognitive loss than their peers whose blood pressure dips at night.
Regular oral steroid use in diseases such as arthritis can have an outsize effect on hypertension, investigators say.
Hypertension mortality rates have risen by 72% in rural settings and 20% in urban areas, according to findings from 10 million death records.
Social media has amplified concern over a research theory that is not backed by evidence, say leading cardiologists.
Only 12% of patients receive new medications or dose adjustments when clinicians find high readings, according to national EHR data.
There’s just not enough evidence to justify the use of certain medications when treating these residents, writes the past president of the American Geriatrics Society.
Women who reach menopause prematurely are at high risk of developing multiple chronic conditions after age 60, say Australian researchers.
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