Two drugs commonly prescribed to treat heart disease and angina, are well tolerated in stroke patients. Early indications suggest the treatments may help to improve blood vessel function in the arms and brain, and may also improve cognitive skills.
A new study reveals an association between high blood pressure in a person's thirties and forties to smaller brain size and an increased risk of developing dementia later in life.
Eating cheese and increasing consumption of other dairy products helps improve vascular health by reducing the effects of a high-sodium diet, a new study reports.
Epidural stimulation has helped improve some of the 'hidden' effects, such as abnormal blood pressure and bladder dysfunction, in a patient with spinal cord injury.
Men with hypertension more often recognized angry expressions when looking at the face of another person. The anger recognition bias contributed to blood pressure increases over time if a person frequently tends to feel angry.
According to a new study, people who get dizzy several minutes after standing up could be at risk of more serious conditions, or even death.
A new study reveals middle aged people who experience lightheadedness or dizziness upon standing, as a result of a sudden drop of blood pressure, may face a higher risk of developing dementia as they age.
A new study reports football linemen are more likely to have increased blood pressure along with changes to heart size and structure.
High blood pressure, obesity, higher levels of cholesterol, and high blood sugar levels experienced by people in their 20s and 30s appear to have a negative impact on cognitive skills later in life.
Women who had high blood pressure in their 40s are 73% more likely to develop dementia as they age than those with normal blood pressure, a new study in Neurology reports.