David Larson, 65, was first diagnosed with borderline high blood pressure, or pre-hypertension, in his mid-20s.
Justin Rushin’s blood pressure was way higher than the normal 120 over 80, despite increasing amounts of medicine.
We’ve all seen them; maybe you use them, those blood pressure machines in drugs stores or supermarkets. But how accurate are the readings they give you?
New research shows people taking certain blood pressure drugs could be helping their brains as well.
They say the eyes are the windows to the soul, but for doctors, they can actually be windows for something else: your health.
Researchers looked at more than 14,000 people between ages 24 and 32 and found that one in five had elevated blood pressure. Only half had ever been told.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Loss of memory and thinking ability later in life isn’t something that happens overnight, but something that takes many years. A study is showing even at mid-life, your health can influence what […]