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FDA approves selexipag for IV use in adults with PAH

FDA APPROVES SELEXIPAG FOR IV USE IN ADULTS WITH PAH

The FDA has approved selexipag for IV use in adults with WHO functional class II to III pulmonary arterial hypertension who are temporarily...

USING WEARABLES AND MACHINE LEARNING TO ENABLE PERSONALIZED LIFESTYLE RECOMMENDATIONS TO IMPROVE BLOOD PRESSURE

Background: Blood pressure is an essential indicator for human health and is known to be greatly influenced by lifestyle factors, like...

 
 
 

CORRECTION TO: CENTRAL COMPOSITE DESIGN FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF CARVEDILOL-LOADED TRANSDERMAL ETHOSOMAL HYDROGEL FOR EXTENDED AND ENHANCED ANTI-HYPERTENSIVE EFFECT

Stage 2 hypertension increases risk for maternal, fetal, neonatal adverse outcomes

STAGE 2 HYPERTENSION INCREASES RISK FOR MATERNAL, FETAL, NEONATAL ADVERSE OUTCOMES

Severe stage 2 hypertension, but not elevated BP and stage 1 hypertension, was associated with maternal, fetal or neonatal mortality...

 
 
 

COMPUTATIONAL MODELING RESULTS IN NEW FINDINGS FOR PREECLAMPSIA PATIENTS

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, preeclampsia, or pregnancy-related hypertension, occurs in roughly one...

The Role of Physical Therapy in Multiple Risk Factor Management Poststroke: A Scoping Review

THE ROLE OF PHYSICAL THERAPY IN MULTIPLE RISK FACTOR MANAGEMENT POSTSTROKE: A SCOPING REVIEW

Background and Purpose: Individuals after stroke often have multiple chronic conditions, such as hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia,...

 
 
 
Time-Restricted Eating can Reduce Diabetes-Related Hypertension

TIME-RESTRICTED EATING CAN REDUCE DIABETES-RELATED HYPERTENSION

Time-restricted eating has many health benefits. Daily timing of food intake can play a major role in reducing diabetes-related nocturnal...

IVF Using Frozen Embryos can Cause Pregnancy-related Hypertension

IVF USING FROZEN EMBRYOS CAN CAUSE PREGNANCY-RELATED HYPERTENSION

Pre-eclampsia is characterized by pregnancy-related hypertension. It can cause damage to some internal organs, including the liver...

 
 
 
Ways to Manage Your Blood Pressure Through This COVID-19 Pandemic

WAYS TO MANAGE YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE THROUGH THIS COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Emerging risk of the COVID-19 pandemic takes a toll on health especially among those with hypertension.

Top in endocrinology: COVID-19 vaccine response, fracture risk for women with obesity

TOP IN ENDOCRINOLOGY: COVID-19 VACCINE RESPONSE, FRACTURE RISK FOR WOMEN WITH OBESITY

Central obesity, smoking, hypertension and dislipidemia were associated with fewer COVID-19 antibodies in people receiving the Pfizer-BioNTech...

 
 
 

DASH DIET: WHAT IS IT, MEAL PLANS AND RECIPES

Lots of diet plans have come and gone - but DASH is here to stay. The DASH eating plan has been around for decades because it has solid...

Statins underused in NAFLD patients with clear indications

STATINS UNDERUSED IN NAFLD PATIENTS WITH CLEAR INDICATIONS

Only 56% of patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease were taking guidelines-recommended statin therapy, according to a study...

 
 
 
Types of Hypertension Related to Pregnancy

TYPES OF HYPERTENSION RELATED TO PREGNANCY

High blood pressure in pregnant women needs a different set of guidelines and treatment, compared to general case of hypertension without...

Genetics play role in how DASH diet impacts gout risk among women

GENETICS PLAY ROLE IN HOW DASH DIET IMPACTS GOUT RISK AMONG WOMEN

Although the DASH diet can lower gout risk in women regardless of genetics, nonadherence can result in a greater risk in those with...

 
 
 
Low-calorie diet may effectively ‘replace' BP medications in type 2 diabetes

LOW-CALORIE DIET MAY EFFECTIVELY ‘REPLACE' BP MEDICATIONS IN TYPE 2 DIABETES

Replacing antihypertensive medications with a low-calorie diet to induce weight loss substantially reduces blood pressure and may increase...

How can I avoid side-effects of blood pressure drugs? DR MARTIN SCURR answers your health questions

HOW CAN I AVOID SIDE-EFFECTS OF BLOOD PRESSURE DRUGS? DR MARTIN SCURR ANSWERS YOUR HEALTH QUESTIONS

DR MARTIN SCURR:: The medications commonly prescribed for hypertension have changed considerably over the past three decades.

 
 
 
Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy confer elevated CVD risk for offspring

HYPERTENSIVE DISORDERS OF PREGNANCY CONFER ELEVATED CVD RISK FOR OFFSPRING

Children of mothers who had maternal hypertensive disorders during pregnancy had elevated risk for developing CVD later in life, according...

GENOTYPE-PHENOTYPE CORRELATION IN GORDON'S SYNDROME: REPORT OF TWO CASES CARRYING NOVEL HETEROZYGOUS MUTATIONS

Abstract Gordon's syndrome, known also as Pseudohypoaldosteronism type II is a rare inherited dominant form of low-renin hypertension...

 
 
 
AHA statement recommends increasing physical activity to reduce BP, cholesterol

AHA STATEMENT RECOMMENDS INCREASING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY TO REDUCE BP, CHOLESTEROL

A new scientific statement from the American Heart Association published in Hypertension recommends increasing physical activity to...

DIABETES REMISSION DIET CAN PROVIDE BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL, REDUCE THE NEED FOR ANTI-HYPERTENSIVE DRUGS

New research has shown that if people achieve and maintain substantial weight loss to manage their type 2 diabetes, many can also effectively...