‘White Coat’ Syndrome Is Not Benign (Video)

Patients often ask whether so-called “white coat” hypertension is anything to be worried about. This is a phenomenon in which people have a higher-than-normal blood pressure reading only at the doctor’s office, while their blood pressure is normal under more relaxed conditions at home.

Heart Health Twitter Quiz: Blood Pressure

True or False: If your blood pressure is elevated only when you are at the doctor’s office and is normal at other times, you don’t have high blood pressure and you need not worry at all about your blood pressure. True False Answer: False In their book, Heart 411, Drs. Gillinov and Nissen say: We … Read More

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