Omron Healthcare announced the launch of HeartGuide, the first wearable blood pressure monitor, along with a new mobile application called HeartAdvisor. The device received clearance from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in December 2018.
Poor oral health makes it harder to for people with hypertension to manage their blood pressure, a new study suggests.
Lifestyle interventions delivered in churches by community-based health care workers may help bring down blood pressure among African-Americans, a new study finds.
Home BP monitoring has proved its worth, and it’s now time to integrate it into health care and get insurers to pay for it, according to Hayden Bosworth, PhD, a population health sciences professor and health services researcher at Duke University, Durham, N.C.
People who take pills to lower their blood pressure often take other drugs that reduce the pills’ effectiveness, a recent study suggests.
Fructose, in the form of high fructose corn syrup, has gotten a lot of negative press recently. Some studies show that a diet high in fructose, especially high fructose corn syrup, increases the risk of type 2 diabetes and obesity.
A startling 75 percent of black people in the United States develop high blood pressure by the age of 55, a new study finds.
Hypertensive disorders during pregnancy were linked with increased rates of chronic hypertension, hypercholesterolemia and type 2 diabetes later in life, researchers found from a large prospective study.
It’s known that sleep deprivation can hurt the health of your heart, but new research suggests that even mild sleep problems, like struggling to fall asleep, can raise blood pressure in women.