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One year after participating in a barbershop health intervention, African-American men with hypertension continue to see improvements.
Those with high blood pressure that isn’t controlled by three or more medications should be screened for sleep apnea.
Counseling young people to choose healthier lifestyles may help reduce their risk of developing high blood pressure.
Nearly 800,000 more young people are now considered to have high blood pressure, according to new pediatric standards.
Parental advisory: Remove devices with screens from adolescents’ bedrooms to improve the quantity and quality of their sleep.
A study finds a link between high blood pressure and dementia risk.
For African-American men looking to get a haircut, barbershops may one day also help lower their blood pressure.
Screening kids early for signs of heart disease is key to reducing unexpected deaths.
Cancer treatments can cause long-term problems linked to aging, such as heart problems and brittle bones.
More African Americans than folks in other groups die from heart disease, but there are ways to stop this killer in our communities.
New research challenges previous findings that imply that these alternatives to sugar promote weight loss.
Scientists are now suggesting that diabetes management should also target heart disease.
On the other hand, African Americans who move to integrated areas may boost their cardiovascular health.
Recent study findings may affect treatment options for an estimated one in three American adults today who suffer from hypertension.
Shad Ireland is the first and only kidney dialysis patient in the world to compete in and complete the Ironman Triathlon.
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