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A simple ‘polypill’ taken every day can cut the risk of heart attack in half, but some doctors are still hesitant to recommend it
New research shows the pill can benefit heart health, especially when taken regularly. Some health experts oppose the one-size-fits all solution.
People with high blood pressure in their 40s, or with a bigger blood pressure change in their late 30s and 40s, were most at risk.
More middle-aged adults in the US are dying of heart disease after decades of lower risks: ‘Obesity is the new smoking’
Middle-aged Americans are more likely to die of heart disease now than they were in 2011, the Wall Street Journal reports.
There's a lot we can do to prevent the debilitating and potentially deadly effects of a stroke. Here are some surefire tips.
Indian factory at the center of latest blood pressure medicine recall reportedly shredded documents and got warnings before carcinogens appeared in th...
The FDA announced last week the latest in an already widespread recall of common blood pressure and heart failure medications.
Exercise could be as effective as pills at combatting the No. 1 ‘silent killer’ — and it’s more evidence that working out is a...
Here's more evidence that exercise performs wonders for the body: It's as good as medication at lowering systolic blood pressures higher than 140.
The benefits of intermittent fasting go beyond weight loss. These fasts may improve heart health, reduce cancer risk, and lower risk for other diseases.
High blood pressure kills hundreds of Americans every day. Recently, leading health groups lowered the bar for what they consider high blood pressure. There are a few simple things you can do to keep your numbers in check.
Lowering your blood pressure could lower your risk of dementia, according to a study of 9,000 people
In a study of more than 9,000 adults with an increased risk of heart problems, participants who were able to lower their blood pressure to 120 mmHg saw a 19% reduction in the risk of mild cognitive impairment.
Bad news for people who prefer well-done meat: It’s linked to an increased risk for high blood pressure
Eating meat or fish that was cooked at high temperatures, over an open flame, or well-done may be linked to a higher chance of hypertension.