American Heart Association Says Consistent Blood Pressure Control May Cut Rate

American Heart Association says consistent control may cut rate
Dallas, TX – Stroke survivors who consistently control their blood pressure may reduce the likelihood of a second stroke by more than half, according to new research in the American Heart Association journal Stroke. For the study … “One of the things … Read more on Clarksville Online

Jim Six: Doctor says big is better
Many will be dieting and exercising like crazy to whip themselves back into shape for bikinis and Speedos. … Of course, the book does acknowledge we of the heavier persuasion have risk factors when it comes to disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer … Read more on

TUGGING ALONG – A tugboat makes its way in the waters near First Street on a
The latest findings of a study by the National Institute of Health revealed a potential overall risk for heart disease, including stroke, in children and teens born with HIV. The study suggests at-risk youth, those children … healthy diet, exercising … Read more on The Hudson Reporter

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