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Blood Pressure Drug Linked to Pancreatic Cancer in Women

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There is no shortage of drugs to treat high blood pressure. 

No fewer than 14 different classes of medications have been approved for hypertension. And within those classes are more than 110 drugs.i 

So why would any doctor advise you to take one that not only works poorly, but also raises your risk for the deadliest type of cancer? 

Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer death in the United States.Read More

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New, Non-Drug Alternative for Lowering Blood Pressure

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Raenard Gonzalez was taking five different pills a day to treat his high blood pressure.  

The medications didn’t work very well. His blood pressure readings were often still high. Even worse, the pills made him feel terrible.  

“The drugs left me feeling completely exhausted all the time,” said the 49-year-old airport worker.i 

So, when he heard about a new, minimally invasive procedure to lower blood pressure, he was interested.Read More

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7 Common Blood Pressure Testing Mistakes

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No one wants to take pills they don’t need to. 

But millions of patients are taking unnecessary hypertension medications because their doctors use incorrect procedures when taking blood pressure readings. This can result in falsely high numbers and unneeded prescriptions. 

At a major blood pressure symposium, healthcare professionals and clinicians from around the country were tested on how accurately they measured patients’ blood pressure.Read More

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Cook Your Food This Way to Lower Your Blood Pressure

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If you have high blood pressure, your doctor has probably told you that you should to eat right to get your numbers down.  

But here’s something you probably didn’t know… 

It’s not only what you eat that matters…it’s how you cook the food. 

Researchers at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health looked at how cooking methods affect the risk of developing hypertension. Read More

Two Types of Blood Pressure Drugs May Do More Harm Than Good

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If you have high blood pressure and take medication for it, you should have two goals. 

One is, of course, to lower your blood pressure. 

The second is to do it consistently. 

If the drug you’re taking causes big swings in your pressure, it’ll do more harm than good. 

Research published in the British Medical Journal associated these swings with a 15% increase in all-cause mortality.Read More

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The #1 Natural Blood Pressure Solution

In All Health Watch, Blood Pressure, Featured Article, Heart and Cardiovascular by INH Research0 Comments

Most of us who struggle with high blood pressure know the drill…

We cut salt. We try to lose weight. We exercise more.

When that doesn’t work, we end up taking a hypertension drug.

But what if there was a way to lower your blood pressure naturally without drugs, hours of grueling exercise, or changing your diet?

In fact, a study shows that you can reduce hypertension by doing nothing but sitting still…and sweating.… Read More