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How Low is Too Low for Blood Pressure?

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Last Reviewed 10/10/2014

When it comes to blood pressure, we often think about high blood pressure. But for some people, low blood pressure is a real issue. So, how low is too low when it comes to blood pressure? 

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Q&A: Recovery from Stroke

Q&A: Recovery from Stroke

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Last Reviewed 09/05/2014

Learn more about the natural, effective therapies that Dr. Stephen Sinatra suggests to aid his patients in recovery from stroke, even long after the event.

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Filed Under: Heart Health

Diet Soda Health Risks

Diet Soda Health Risks

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Last Reviewed 08/28/2014

Learn more about the diet soda health risks, including increased risk factors for stroke and heart attack, and what other actions you can take to lose weight.

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Q&A: Bypass Surgery: Do I Need It?

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

You need bypass surgery when blocked arteries lead to an unsatisfactory quality of life or a high risk of heart attack. "Unsatisfactory" in this case means frequent bouts of angina or shortness of breath with minimal exertion.

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Isolated Systolic Hypertension

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

Isolated systolic hypertension or ISH is when just the top number of your blood pressure reading is too high. The top number of your blood pressure reading reflects the systolic pressure, or the amount of pressure being generated when the heart is contracting.

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Filed Under: Heart Health