Difference in Blood Pressure Between Your Arms Means HIGHER Heart Attack Risk

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The American Heart Association recommends getting your blood pressure checked at least once every two years starting at age 20. But the next time you have yours checked, don’t just take the reading in one arm. It’s important to check the blood pressure readings in both of your arms because, while you might assume they’d […]

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How to Overcome Your Family History of High Blood Pressure

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High blood pressure tends to run in families, so if you have a close relative with this condition you’re at an increased risk too — especially if they developed high blood pressure at a young age (under 60). If you have a family history of high blood pressure, you should take steps now to lower […]

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