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Heart disease steals millions of lives each year. Yours doesn’t have to be one of them.
Low levels of the mineral zinc, which helps support the immune system, may lead to hypertension (high blood pressure) by affecting the kidneys, researchers say.
A Western diet of processed foods and added salt is a primary cause of the blood pressure increases typically seen with age in developed areas of the world.
A diet high in fried and processed foods and sugar-sweetened beverages is a major risk factor for higher rates of high blood pressure in black Americans.
Blood pressure in some people rises moderately to dramatically when excess salt is consumed. This can affect people with or without high blood pressure.
Drinking coffee can lead to complications if you have one of these conditions. Learn the ideal amount of coffee you should drink for your health.
Are avocado seeds safe to eat for lowering blood pressure? Here’s what the health professionals have to say.
If you're considering a vegan diet, read these seven helpful tips on how to go vegan, from the author of The Struggling Vegan.
Learn more about the different varieties of tomatoes and the best ways to add them into your diet to improve overall health and lower your blood pressure.
The FDA has proposed new guidelines for the food industry to lower the amount of sodium in packaged foods and restaurant meals to reduce health risks.