- Bone lead, hypertension, and lead nephropathy Weeden, R. P. // Environmental Health Perspectives;Jun1988, Vol. 78, p57
No abstract available.
- Cardiovascular actions of lead and relationship to hypertension: a reviw Barron, J. T.; Kopp, S. J.; Tow, J. P. // Environmental Health Perspectives;Jun1988, Vol. 78, p91
No abstract available.
- Managing the patient with hard-to-control hypertension. Oparil, Suzanne; Calhoun, David A. // American Family Physician;3/1/1998, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p1007
Focuses on controlling hypertension in patients in the United States. Reference to the finding of the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey; Importance of identifying secondary hypertension; Insight on reasons for failure to control blood pressure; Information on inadequate...
- Living with hypertension. // American Family Physician;3/1/1998, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p1019
Presents information on hypertension. Definition of hypertension; How to know if an individual has hypertension; Insight on the causes of hypertension; How to control the risk of high blood pressure.
- Minding your own blood pressure. // Current Health 2;Mar1987, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p3
Description of high blood pressure and hypertension. Causes; Treatment and control. INSET: Salt and sodium effects.;Ways to relieve hypertension..
- You're not too young. Arbetter, Sandra // Current Health 2;May93, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p19
Discusses high blood pressure, or hypertension, in children and adolescents. Guidelines of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute; Blood pressure the force of blood against blood vessels; Systolic pressure and diastolic pressure; Hypertension originates in childhood; Secondary...
- High blood pressure. // FDA Consumer;Sep86, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p24
As many as 60 million Americans have high blood pressure, yet many of them are unaware of their affliction. Left untreated, it can lead to heart attack, stroke and kidney disease. For those at high risk, prevention is the key.
- Reduced need for hypertension drugs. // HealthFacts;Jan92, Vol. 17 Issue 152, p1
Reports that by eating more potassium-rich foods, people taking antihypertensive medication can safely reduce their dosage. Includes other findings of a new study conducted at the University of Naples in Italy; At the end of one year, 81 percent of people who ate potassium-rich foods were able...
- Stroke prevention plan targets eleven states. // Jet;6/11/90, Vol. 78 Issue 9, p55
Reports on the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute's (NHLBI's) program in Southeastern states to educate blacks on high blood pressure control.
- High blood pressure can lead to brain shrinkage. // Jet;11/2/92, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p25
Announces that research has shown that high blood pressure, also known as hypertension, can lead to shrinkage of the brain. Hypertension is a leading medical cause of death among blacks in the United States (US). Study done by team of scientists at the National Institute of Aging; Details of...