High blood pressure can be a serious health concern.
As recent studies have highlighted the ways that consumers’ food choices may impact their blood pressure.
A new study conducted by researchers from the European Society of Cardiology has found that many women may be receiving the wrong diagnosis for high blood pressure.
While previous studies have found that different kinds of food can either help or hurt consumers’ chances of developing diabetes, a new study is exploring how dairy could land in the helping column.
The Health Department today announced “Take the Pressure Off, NYC!”, its first citywide initiative to prevent and control high blood pressure from Harlem to Hollis.
The number one misconception among patients with high blood pressure is that they don’t feel sick. That’s why high blood pressure or hypertension is commonly known as the silent killer — you don’t have to feel anything to be affected.
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced all 11 of its hospitals and seven of its Gotham Health primary cares sites were recognized by the American Heart Association for their work in helping patients manage their diabetes.
A new study conducted by researchers from the European Society of Cardiology explored how women’s diets may affect their heart health from Harlem to Hollis.
There’s more to maintaining a healthy Harlem heart than just eating right and exercising regularly.
A good night’s sleep is often the foundation of a healthy lifestyle, and one of the best ways to ensure that you get the restful sleep you need is by investing in a quality mattress.
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced all 11 of its hospitals and 7 of its Gotham Health sites were recognized.
Recent studies have highlighted the health benefits associated with walking more, especially when it comes to heart health.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, many consumers are looking for ways to lower their stress levels.
Spending hours in the gym isn’t possible for all consumers. However, a new study conducted by researchers from the Physiological Society found that this level of dedication may not be necessary to improve physical fitness.
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, many consumers are looking for ways to lower their stress levels, and recent studies have highlighted how beneficial mindfulness practices like meditation can be for consumers’ mental health.