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Hypertension, Prehypertension in Youngsters Linked With Heart Enlargement

Hypertension and prehypertension in adolescents and young adults was associated with a higher risk of having an abnormally enlarged heart//, researchers report in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association. In a study of American Indians, average age 26.5, those with hypertension ...

NFL Players Not at Increased Heart Risk

...ir incidence of high blood pressure was 13.8 percent, compared to 5.5 percent of the men in the general population. The incidence of what doctors call prehypertension was 64.5 percent, versus 24.2 percent in the general population sample. The reason for the difference is unclear, Tucker said. "We think that somet...

Pediatrician creates easier way to identify kids' high BP

...nd faculty member. Nearly 75% of cases of hypertension and 90% of cases of prehypertension in children and adolescents go undiagnosed. These troubling statistics wer...s predict this number will be small compared to the number of children with prehypertension and hypertension who are identified. Any reading at or above the listed nu...

Blood Pressure on the Rise in America

...1994 to 2004, the percentage of Americans with high blood pressure increased from 50.3 percent to 55.5 percent. In addition, the number of people with prehypertension -- those likely to develop high blood pressure-- increased from 32.3 percent to 36.1 percent. During the study period, 72 percent of those with hig...

For Young Adults, Borderline High Blood Pressure a Threat

...lts with the borderline high blood pressure called prehypertension are more likely later in life to have calcium depo...st 20 percent of the people in the study developed prehypertension -- which is blood pressure higher than the recomme...er bit of evidence that we should pay attention to prehypertension in young people," said Dr. Richard B. Devereux, pr...

Calpis' AmealPeptide lowers blood pressure in 2 placebo-controlled trials

...icine at the University of California, Irvine and a specialist in clinical hypertension of the American Society of Hypertension. With hypertension and prehypertension on the rise, physicians and patients need as many effective tools as possible for the management of this condition, he concluded. The AHEAD II stud...

Heart Disease Starts Early in Life

...s to heart health that trace back to childhood are prehypertension -- blood pressure just below the official high blo...as innocuous." Indeed, people in the study with prehypertension had more risk factors for cardiovascular disease, ...re significant gender and racial differences, with prehypertension found in 35 percent of the men compared with 22 pe...

Aspirin at Bedtime Lowers Blood Pressure

... study to show the drug's benefit -- although only when taken at night -- with prehypertension, defined as blood pressure just below the 140/90 level. prehypertension is a known warning sign of future risk of heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular problems. Why aspirin should do its good work for blood pr...

Top10 research advances include studies on genetics and stem cell research, stents

...udy in part. 10. Underdiagnosis of Hypertension in Children and Adolescents This study of more than 14,000 children found that hypertension and prehypertension were often undiagnosed in the pediatric population. Patient age, height, obesity-related diagnoses, and magnitude and frequency of abnormal blood pre...

Transcendental meditation effective in reducing high blood pressure, study shows

...ommend, Anderson said. Yet the Transcendental Meditation technique does not require changes in lifestyle. Thus many patients with mild hypertension or prehypertension may be able to avoid the need to take blood pressure medications--all of which have adverse side effects. Individuals with more severe forms of hypert...
Prehypertension in Biological News

Athletes not spared from health risks of metabolic syndrome

...consumption should not total more than 200 milligrams per day. Though the researchers did not test the aerobic capacity of the athletes, they said prehypertension and low levels of HDL cholesterol suggest these football players could benefit from increased aerobic training. "We understand these athletes want...
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