Hispanics living in America are not properly treating their hypertension, according to a new study.
Even slightly elevated blood pressure readings could increase stroke risk, a new study reported.
The FDA has approved Northera on an accelerated basis to treat low blood pressure caused by neurological disorders.
Researchers found that people who have hypertension during young adulthood and through to middle age have an increased risk of heart disease.
Green tea has been touted for its ability to lower blood pressure, but new research reveals that the beverage can also make hypertension drugs less effective.
A new report found that hypertension rates in southeast U.S. have continued to remain high over the past few years.
Researchers found that weight gain during early childhood is tied to increased heart risk during preteen years.
New guidelines recommend doctors to prescribe hypertensive medications for seniors over the age of 60 once their reading reaches or passes 150/90.
Stroke deaths in the U.S. have dropped significantly in recent decades because of improved treatment and prevention, according to the American Heart Association.
Researchers reported that "fizzy" prescription medications, which have high sodium content, increase risk of heart events.
Researchers reported that treating hypertension could cut one's risk of stroke and cardiovascular diseases.
Researchers reported that people who flush when they drink are more likely to have alcohol-related hypertension.
Researchers found that treating stroke victims' hypertension does not have any effects on recovery.
In a new study that conducted a systematic review of old studies, researchers concluded that hypertension during pregnancy could increase one's risk of stroke in the future.
Researchers reported that people who exercised during their leisure time had a lower risk of developing hypertension.