Resistant hypertension or high blood pressure that is difficult to control with medication, may have underlying causes. These tips can help.
Pink Himalayan salt is trending on food blogs. Kosher salt is touted by chefs. Sea salt is everywhere. Are natural salts more nutritious than regular old table salt? Discover the answer and get five tips for reducing your sodium intake.
See six reasons why people crave salt and how it affects your health. Plus, learn 10 ways to combat salty food cravings.
For some people, high salt intake can cause high blood pressure — and create a vicious cycle of heart and kidney damage. Are you at risk?
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If your blood pressure spikes to higher-than-normal levels when you go to your doctor’s office, that’s called “white coat syndrome.” While it was once thought to be harmless, newer studies suggest otherwise.
Your eyes can tell you, and your doctor, plenty about your health. From diabetes, to high blood pressure, to inflammatory conditions and even metastatic cancer.
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.
A healthy mom often means a healthy baby. But according to one study, the number of pregnant moms with chronic high blood pressure is on the rise.
Our expert explains why chronic high blood pressure is so bad for your body — and offers tips for lowering yours to an optimal level.