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Flushed Complexion After Drinking Could Point to High Blood Pressure Risk
7 out of 10 Americans Take a Prescription Drug: Study
A Doctor's 'People Skills' Affects Patients' Health
Adempas Approved to Treat Pulmonary Hypertension
Americans Still Eat Too Much Salt: CDC
Another Win for the Mediterranean-Style Diet
As Years Spent Obese Rise, So Do Heart Risks
Bad Night's Sleep May Raise Blood Pressure in Kids
Black Men Raised by Single Parent Prone to High Blood Pressure: Study
Blood Pressure Meds May Raise Risk of Serious Falls for Seniors
Blood Protein Disparity May Help Explain Blacks' Increased Heart Risk
Blood Test Shows Promise in Gauging Risk for Pregnancy Complication
CDC Salt Guidelines Too Low for Good Health, Study Suggests
Cellphone Calls During Blood Pressure Readings May Skew Results
Childhood Obesity Quadruples Chances of Adult Hypertension: Study
College Football Players Have Stiffer Arteries, Study Finds
College Football Players May Be At Risk of High Blood Pressure
Common Blood Pressure Drugs Tied to Lower Risk of Alzheimer's: Study
Common Blood Pressure Meds May Cut Risk of Early Death in Kidney Patients: Study
Controlling Blood Pressure, Cholesterol May Not Boost Brain Health for Diabetics
Could Vaccines Someday Improve Heart Health?
Diabetes in Middle Age May Cause Memory Problems Later
Doctors Really Do Raise Your Blood Pressure
Epilepsy Often Hand-in-Hand With Other Health Problems: CDC
Even in Young Adults, Binge Drinking May Harm Circulation
Fish Oil Supplements Don't Protect Against Heart Trouble: Study
Following Blood Pressure-Drug Schedule May Be Critical to Survival
Genes Tied to High Blood Pressure Found in Black Americans
Green Tea May Interfere With a Blood Pressure Medicine
Half of People With High Blood Pressure Don't Know It
Healthy Eating Benefits Heart Failure Patients, Study Says
'Healthy Obesity' Is a Myth, Report Says
'Healthy' Obesity May Still Carry Higher Health Risks
Heart Dangers of Low Vitamin D Levels May Vary
High Blood Pressure Common Among Overweight Kids
High Blood Pressure May Be Worse for Women
Intensive Early Childhood Education May Boost Adult Health
Keep Your Heart Healthy
Keeping Blood Pressure Low Halves Risk of Second Stroke: Study
Kidney Patients May Gain From Less Salt
Kidney Procedure Might Help Ease Tough-to-Treat High Blood Pressure
Kidney Stones Tied to Raised Heart Disease Risk in Women
Lack of Sleep Compounds Health Problems for Obese Teens: Study
Lung Ultrasound Can Spot Risk of Respiratory Failure in Pregnancy: Study
Many New Mothers Skip Important 6-Week Checkup, Study Finds
Many Would Give Private Info to Health Insurers to Save Money
Money Motivates Weight Loss -- One Step at a Time
More Americans Getting High Blood Pressure Under Control: CDC
More Evidence That Exercise Can Help Prevent High Blood Pressure
Most Americans Should Eat Less Salt: Report
New Blood Pressure Guidelines May Take Millions of Americans Off Meds
New Blood Pressure Guidelines Raise the Bar for Taking Medications
New Guidelines Aim to Lower Stroke Risk in Women
New Guidelines May Widen Use of Statins
Pets a Boon for the Human Heart, Cardiologists Say
Pharmacist-Guided Home Blood Pressure Monitoring May Help Patients
PTSD May Raise Heart Risks for Vietnam Vets
Simple Score May Predict Heart Attack, Stroke Risks
Study: Low Blood Pressure May Weaken Brains of Some Heart Patients
Sunlight Might Be Good for Your Blood Pressure: Study
Survey Finds Most Americans Misinformed About Heart Disease
Taking Care of Your Heart
Too Few Americans Aware of Their High Blood Pressure: Study
Treating Sleep Apnea May Lower Hard-to-Control Blood Pressure
Troubled Launch of 'Obamacare' Tops Health News for 2013
U.S. Doctors' Group Labels Obesity a Disease
Vegetarian Diet May Help Lower Blood Pressure, Research Suggests
Vigorous Exertion at Work May Trigger Heart Attacks, Strokes
Yoga May Help Ease High Blood Pressure, Study Finds
Younger Adults Who've Had Shingles May Face Higher Stroke Risk