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Rob DillardHypertension | July 17, 2024
Long-term and short-term risk should be assessed when considering when to start hypertension medication.
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Rebecca AraujoOsteoporosis | July 1, 2024
A study found an independent relationship between hypertension and osteoporosis.
Rob DillardDepression | June 25, 2024
Women with perinatal depression are more likely to develop cardiovascular disease.
Rob DillardHypertension | June 17, 2024
The number of individuals suffering from chronic hypertension during pregnancy doubled between 2008 and 2021.
Cailin ConnerDiabetes | May 10, 2024
Intensive antihypertensive treatment attenuated the risk of CVD associated with hypertension in women with T2D.
Rob DillardStroke | May 7, 2024
Children with high blood pressure are more likely to develop serious heart conditions, including stroke and heart attack.
Dr. Raymond TownsendHypertension | April 23, 2024
Dr. Townsend discusses hypertension and how not adhering to medications is the biggest issue for patients.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 8, 2024
People with heart disease could benefit from a low-sodium diet but, on average, consume twice the recommended amount of salt.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 8, 2024
People who sleep fewer than 7 hours per night have an increased risk of developing high blood pressure over time.
Rob DillardStroke | March 27, 2024
Young adults have a higher risk of developing stroke from nontraditional risk factors such as migraine.
Dr. Bob WalkerHypertension | February 29, 2024
Dr. Bob Walker discusses high blood pressure in the context of severe COVID-19 infection.
Rob DillardISC 2024 | February 7, 2024
Black women who develop high blood pressure before the age of 35 may have triple the risk of stroke.
Rob DillardBreast Cancer | February 1, 2024
A researcher is looking to prove that nebivolol, an FDA-approved drug for high blood pressure, is effective at treating TNBC.
Rob DillardHypertension | January 29, 2024
More than half of adults in the United States don't know that heart disease is the leading cause of death nationwide.
Rob DillardHypertension | January 19, 2024
Young adults with high levels of stress during their teenage years are more likely to have cardiometabolic risk factors.
Rebecca AraujoHypertension | November 30, 2023
The use of ADHD medications may be linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
Rob DillardESC Congress 2023 | September 18, 2023
Middle-aged adults with metabolic syndrome have heart attacks and strokes 2 years earlier than their peers.
Rob DillardCOVID-19 | August 22, 2023
COVID-19 infection is significantly more associated with the development of high blood than the flu.
Rob DillardHypertension | May 2, 2023
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Patrick DalyAtrial Fibrillation | April 11, 2023
In a recent randomized controlled trial, investigators evaluated associations between hypertensive systolic blood ...
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