Novel peer-reviewed study found that a mobile hypertension self-management program can support long-term BP control and very high BP detection.
Iron deficiency can't be causally linked to CHD yet, but evidence is accumulating for the association, according to authors of a new European study.
Clinical guidelines recommend home or ambulatory BP monitoring to diagnose hypertension. New research sheds light on what patients prefer and will adhere to.
The temporal connection of atrial fibrillation and risk of ischemic stroke provides support for short-duration oral anticoagulation, said study authors.
EASD 2021: Patients with metabolically healthy obesity are nearly 33% more likely to develop heart failure and atrial fibrillation than healthy persons of normal weight, suggests new analysis.
Nocturnal HTN is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and stroke. How do you diagnose and treat in your practice? Test your overnight BP IQ.
A new AHA scientific statement suggests metabolic surgery and weight-loss medications may reduce the long-term effects of obesity-related hypertension.
New hypertension research looks at stress hormones in early disease, the Quadpill as first Rx, tight BP control for older adults--for a start. We recap 8 new studies.
Each doubling of levels of 4 stress hormones was associated with a 21-31% increase in risk of developing hypertension over a median 6.5-year follow-up.
New research suggests frequent cannabis use can raise the risk of myocardial infarction in adults younger than 45 years.