Can you relax in a hot tub if you have heart disease? Here’s what you need to know about the potential dangers and some common-sense safety tips.
If your blood pressure varies widely, it could be labile hypertension. Our expert explains this condition and what treatments are available to get it under control.
What can doctors do when drugs don’t control your high blood pressure? Our expert explains the options.
Our expert explains why chronic high blood pressure is so bad for your body — and offers tips for lowering yours to an optimal level.
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One in three U.S. adults has high blood pressure, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This means the force of blood pushing against their artery walls is too high, which can damage the arteries and greatly increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, heart failure and kidney failure. Lowering systolic blood pressure … Read More
How much do you know about your blood pressure and heart rate? Our cardiologist debunks common myths.
Keeping your blood pressure under control is important when you have an aneurysm. But that doesn’t mean you need to avoid exercise and all other physical activities.
Are your numbers are where they should be? Find out what you need to know, and get tips for heart-healthy living.
Study finds keeping your blood pressure in check helps brain health as you age. A geriatrician explains.
You may have heard that crossing your legs can affect your blood pressure. Is this true? Tap or click to reveal the answer from cardiologist Chad Raymond, DO.