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My struggle against boderline high blood pressure by Peter C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:33pm I have boderline high blood pressure, so this post is about what can be done to reduce high blood pressure. Even if one does not have high blood pressure, it would be wise to keep lifestyle that can keep high blood pressure at bay. Apparently, the best course of action, and the hardest, is to exercise. Regular exercise can reduce stress, low ... Read on »
Polycystic Kidney Disease with Hypertension(high blood pressure) by Michelle smith Facebook Posted Sat 10 May 2014 8:47am PKD is a common kidney disease.And PKD is a kind of genetic disease.Many PKD Patients will appear high blood pressure.Do you want to know the reason?Following this article find the answer . PKD  is a kind of genetic disease, it′s a birth defect of kidney. Along with age growing and other external inducement, renal cysts would keep enlar ... Read on »
Cleveland Clinic Weighs In On New Hypertension Guidelines. by Dr. Mike Magee Medical Doctor Posted Sat 21 Dec 2013 10:02pm Posted on | December 19, 2013 | This seems to be the season for treatment guidelines. First cholesterol and statins, now hypertension. Once again, the recommendations have created some clarity, but also confusion. To assist all in making sense of this latest directive, see below the insights of one of the nation’s premie ... Read on »
NATURAL REMEDIES TO HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE by Jessica Facebook Posted Sun 27 Nov 2011 4:26pm As a wellness coach, I see more often people at young age with high blood pressure. reports that causes of High Blood Pressure are:    1-Weight. The greater your body mass, the more pressure there is on your artery walls. That's because more blood is produced to supply oxygen and nutrients to tissues in your body. Activity ... Read on »
Health Headlines - December 19 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:22pm FDA: Birth Control Chemical Won't Inhibit STDs The chemical nonoxynol 9 (N9), used in many vaginal contraceptives and spermicidal products, does not protect users from infection from sexually transmitted diseases, including AIDS, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday. The agency said it mandated that all over-the-counter prod ... Read on »
Morning Sun Promotes Weight Loss by A4M Posted Sun 04 May 2014 10:06pm Posted on May 1, 2014, 6 a.m. in Weight and Obesity Behavior Morning Sun - image from Shutterstock Exposing yourself to sunlight in ... Read on »
Homeopathic treatment and coffee ... by Sarah W. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 9:52pm Homeopathic treatment and coffee Traditionally, homeopaths have often asked patients to quit coffee while taking homeopathic remedies, warning that coffee-drinking may antidote their treatment. At Phoenix, we try not to be too prescriptive about this, reasoning that if the patient’s vital energy has already reacted to the stimulus of the ... Read on »
Home Remedies To Lower High Blood Pressure by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 13 Dec 2013 11:00pm From the webmaster, I wanted to share with you a helpful article I found on another web site….. There is a brand new article on the site that introduces 11 home remedies to lower high blood pressure. The writing on the site includes 2 main sections. Within the article, people will learn 11 home remedies to lower h ... Read on »
Want to Improve Diabetes Outcomes? Start a Hypertension Disease Management Program by JaanS Medical Doctor Posted Mon 31 Aug 2009 10:33pm An enduring criticism of disease management (DM) is that it is 'siloed." Contrasting it with the comprehensive care offered by primary care physicians, critics have charged that insurance sponsored DM balkanizes chronic care for patients into separate, inefficient and overlapping programs. As a result, patients with hypertension and diabetes and h ... Read on »
USPSTF: Blood Pressure Trumps Blood Glucose & the Implications for Diabetes and Hypertension Disease Management by JaanS Medical Doctor Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 3:08am Persons with blood pressure readings consistently greater than 135/80 should be screened for diabetes mellitus every three years, or so says the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. When this headline first crossed the Disease Management Care Blog’s twin flat screen monitors, it thought the rationale was simple. A high prevalence of undiagnos ... Read on »