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Blood Pressure High Among Young

High blood pressure is typically something we associate with our middle-aged and older years, but research has revealed it is a growing concern for children and adolescents, too.

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Sea Salt Versus Table Salt

Health authorities have long warned against over-consumption of salt – but does swapping sea salt for regular table salt make a difference?

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Pumping Potassium For Healthy Blood Pressure

Health authorities have long advised us to drop our salt consumption to keep blood pressure under control. Now research suggests that focusing on salt alone is just half the picture.

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Vegetables Push Blood Pressure Down

People who eat more vegetable protein tend to have lower blood pressure.

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Lose Sleep, Gain High Blood Pressure

A good night's sleep is very important for good health! That's the message from a study investigating the link between lack of sleep and high blood pressure.

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Skim Off Blood Pressure

Consuming non-fat milk products can reduce the risk of high blood pressure by 50 per cent.

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Medicinal Meditation

Meditation can alleviate stress, lower your blood pressure and keep you alive longer. Makes you wonder why we're not all doing it.

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Eat Away At Blood Pressure

Increase your folate consumption and you could very well decrease your chances of suffering from high blood pressure.

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New Lifestyle, Lower Blood Pressure

Lifestyle modifications such as diet and exercise are good for lowering high blood pressure.

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What you need to know about your blood pressure

Lowering your blood pressure can be beneficial for your heart. We’ll explain how.

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Handling High Blood Pressure

At least one in every four Australian adults has high blood pressure, also called hypertension. All these people face increased risk of kidney disease, heart disease and stroke.

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