The more doctors know about your body, the better they understand your risk for different conditions. By establishing an open relationship with your doctor, they can better address health issues, including conditions such as high blood pressure in kids.
Plastic additives called phthalates are used widely in various products and were once considered harmless. But their safety has been questioned in recent years.
While too much exposure to the sun’s rays may lead to skin cancer, soaking up some sun may brighten your health by lowering blood pressure and cutting the risk of heart attack and stroke.
Meditation may never replace medication when it comes to effectively treating high blood pressure, but alternative treatments can support proven hypertension therapies.
You probably know the phrase “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” It may be time to follow a new saying: “A cup of beet juice a day keeps the high blood pressure away.”