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Hypertension and hard labor may boost MI risk
(Reuters Health) - Women with hypertension and physically demanding jobs are much more likely to suffer myocardial infarction than peers who are less active at work and have normal blood pressure, a recent study suggests. Among thousands of nurses, ...
Hypertension in Pregnancy Portends Lasting Cardiomyopathy Risk
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK — Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy (HDP) are associated with an increased risk of cardiomyopathy years after an affected pregnancy and regardless of hypertension severity, a large registry study involving one million Danish ...
Smartphone app misreads hypertension range
A blood pressure app downloaded by tens of thousands of people before sales halted last year gave many patients with hypertension the false impression that their vital signs were normal when in reality they were dangerously high, a U.S. study suggests.
Nearly half of African-American adults at risk of developing hypertension
The stats are too familiar: Nearly half of African-American adults are at risk of developing hypertension, a rate significantly higher than that of any other group in the United States.
Instant Blood Pressure App Pose Risk to People With Hypertension, Study Says
"If Instant Blood Pressure worked, it would be a revolutionary new technology that would allow for low-cost screening and management of hypertension among smartphone users," said Dr. Timothy Plante of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, the expert ...

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