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Blood Pressure Center A 7-Step Plan for Weight Loss 11/29/2011
The latest studies conclude that a successful weight-loss plan is a mind/body undertaking that not only involves monitoring calorie intake and expenditure, but dealing with the psychological side of weight loss and habit change.
Blood Pressure Center Adult BMI Calculator 01/09/2012
Experts are increasingly urging people to know their BMI, a figure that takes into account not just weight but also height to indicate body fat.
Blood Pressure Center Alcohol and Older Adults 11/11/2011
Many older adults enjoy a glass of wine with dinner or a beer while watching the game on TV. In fact, half of Americans ages 65 and older drink alcohol. Having a drink now and then is fine—as long as you don’t overdo it.
Blood Pressure Center Alcohol and Your Heart 01/04/2012
Alcohol may have some health benefits, including lowering the risk for heart disease, but it may also lead to abusive drinking and other diseases.
Blood Pressure Center All About Blood Pressure Medication 01/05/2012
Several kinds of medicine are commonly prescribed for high blood pressure. Here are some of the main types.
Blood Pressure Center Aspirin, Beta-Blockers, Statins: ABC's for Coronary Artery Disease 01/09/2012
These medications make it easier to take care of coronary artery disease. They have helped many people stay healthy and avoid heart attacks.