Coronary artery disease risk factors now include graying hair as an indicator after a study was based on how similar graying hair and atherosclerosis develops in the body.
People who developed hypertension in later life are at a lower risk of dementia, a new study found.
Find out how to control blood pressure by incorporating this simple berry into your diet.
Potato consumption will vary in most cases and also depend on how they are prepared. It has always been believed the potassium could be better preserved when potatoes are baked or boiled but a new study ups the stakes a bit by touching on the amount of potatoes a person consumes in a week.
Heart disease and hypertension are two diseases that would be hard to deal with though the immediate preventive measure to safeguard people would be through proper procedures.
Eight-day-old conjoined twins were separated in Switzerland by doctors. The twins are said to be stable, and recovering.
Scientists find that a blood pressure drug can be related to Alzheimer's disease.
New research is reinforcing just how important it is for people to monitor and control their blood pressure as best as they possibly can, and well below the levels previously thought acceptable.
Childhood obesity can increase risk of liver disease, hypertension and heart disease, a new study reported.
A new study concluded that a commonly prescribed blood pressure drug does not increase risk of breast cancer.
Since too much salt intake can lead to high blood pressure, using alternatives in your meals can be healthy. Here are eight options to cook with.
A new study discovered that certain ethnic groups, such as South Asians and Blacks, have a greater risk of heart disease.
Young adult men who binge drink frequently are at a greater risk of developing hypertension, a new study found.
Psoriasis - a chronic inflammatory disease of the skin - and cardiovascular risk factors are more prevalent among patients with psoriasis compared to those patients without it, according to a new study.
According to a new study, researchers found that people who lived closer to major roadways had a higher risk of hypertension.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.