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Minimally Invasive Surgical Procedure In Clinical Trials to Regulate Blood Pressure and Reduce Risks of Heart Attacks by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 27 Dec 2009 9:09pm This is a minimally invasive procedure done via a catheter.  There is no device implanted.  The company also has a page to find out more about the clinical trials, focusing on patients with resistant hypertension and kidney disease and they are actively recruiting medical centers for participation.  The procedure is basically short circui ... Read on »
Lower Blood Pressure to Sharply Reduce Risks of Stroke and Heart Attack by A4M Worldhealth.net Posted Fri 11 Feb 2011 11:58pm Posted on 2011-02-08 06:00:00 in Blood Pressure | Cardio-Vascular | Women's Health | High systolic blood pressure (the pressure when the heart contracts) is ... Read on »
Blood pressure control with medication does not prevent heart attack, stroke, or death by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted Fri 27 Aug 2010 9:13am 1 Comment One in 3 adults in the U.S. has hypertension. In those over the age of 55, more than 50% have hypertension, which is a significant risk factor for heart attack and stroke. Sixty-nine percent heart attack sufferers and 77% of stroke sufferers have blood pressure higher than 140/90 mm Hg.1 Many organizations recommend that blood pressure be kep ... Read on »
Heart Attack Risk Determined by Both Blood Pressure Numbers by Heartstrong Registered NurseFacebook Posted Mon 23 Feb 2009 11:48pm The current guidelines for normal blood pressure recommend readings of less than 120/80 for adults.  High blood pressure is still considered to be a reading of 140/90 or greater.  High blood pressure is a well known risk factor for heart attacks, stroke and heart failure. It is important to control both blood pressure numbers: the systolic ... Read on »
Salt increases heart attack and stroke risk, even if blood pressure is normal by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted Mon 07 Feb 2011 10:01am Excess dietary salt is notorious for increasing blood pressure – blood volume increases, placing more stress on blood vessel walls. This forces the heart to pump harder against the pressure, and also structural changes that harden the vessel wall (this hardening is called stenosis) occur in response to these high pressures. About one-third ... Read on »
Lower your blood pressure naturally with an egg a day by Sandy H. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 28 Mar 2009 3:52pm Although you may avoid eggs because of the popular notion that they will increase your cholesterol levels researchers have found that eggs may be a good natural remedy to lower blood pressure. Eggs can produce proteins that have a similar effect to drugs that lower blood pressure although more research is needed to show this effect outside the ... Read on »
Prevent heart sickness by Todd S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 10 Apr 2009 11:39pm Heart illness is one of the leading causes of death in both men and women around the world. While many people fret about cancer or Alzheimer, hundreds of thousands of men and women around the world die of heart disease before they get to the age when Alzheimer becomes a problem. Living in today’s world, one cannot help but hear stories of high ... Read on »
High blood pressure during exercise by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 21 Mar 2008 11:49am People with normal resting blood pressures who develop very high blood pressure during exercise are the ones most likely to develop high blood pressure later on. These people have arteries that do not expand as much as normal arteries when blood is pumped to them. When your heart beats, it squeezes blood from inside its chambers to the lar ... Read on »
High blood pressure during exercise: dangerous? by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 10:39am People with normal resting blood pressures who develop very high blood pressure during exercise are the ones most likely to develop high blood pressure later on. These people have arteries that do not expand as much as normal arteries when blood is pumped to them. When your heart beats, it squeezes blood from inside its chambers to the large ar ... Read on »
Serious as a (silent) heart attack by Gail Gedan Spencer Facebook Posted Wed 21 Nov 2012 7:43pm I was involved in a car accident at the end of August.  I went to the Cleveland Clinic to get checked out.  My blood pressure was high in the paramedic truck immediately after the accident (go figure) and I wanted to get checked out.  I went to the Cleveland Clinic's ER --  EKG, x-rays all were fine.  But, this accident got me to think ... Read on »