Study: Home monitoring works for people with high blood pressure.
Aldosterone is one potential connection between chronic conditions.
Your obstetrician will keep a close eye on your blood pressure during your pregnancy—but there are other signs you can watch for on your own.
Who knew that a full bladder or being chatty could bump up your numbers?
About 1 in 50 people have an aneurysm lurking in their brain. Take some steps to make sure you're not one of them.
Combining low doses of multiple drugs might work for some.
Doctors warn of sleep apnea’s outsized role in aggravating—and in some cases creating—a host of ailments.
An hour of zen each day isn't just good for your well-being—it could also prevent and ease hypertension.
Consuming a bit more sodium each day may significantly increase your odds of dying early.
Controlling blood pressure during midlife likely reduces the risk of memory issues in later life.
Daytime snoozing may increase the risk of hypertension, but expert says there's more to it than that.