Skip to content
My WebMD Sign In, Sign Up

Hypertension/High Blood Pressure Health Center

Medical Reference Related to Hypertension / High Blood Pressure

  1. Follow-up Care for High Blood Pressure

    The most important element in the management of high blood pressure is follow-up care. WebMD tells you more.

  2. How Is Blood Pressure Measured?

    WebMD explains blood pressure measurement tools and techniques.

  3. Grapefruit Juice: Is It Affecting Your Medication?

    Your morning grapefruit juice may not be a good idea if you're taking certain medications for your heart or other conditions.

  4. Making the Most of Your Doctor's Appointment

    WebMD provides suggestions for preparing for a doctor's appointment.

  5. What Is Renal Hypertension?

    WebMD provides information on renal hypertension including symptoms, causes, and treatments.

  6. Malignant Hypertension

    Malignant hypertension, or dangerously high blood pressure, is a medical emergency. Learn more from WebMD about the signs, risk factors, and treatments for malignant hypertension.

  7. Diabetes and High Blood Pressure

    WebMD discusses the link between diabetes and high blood pressure.

  8. Calcium Channel Blockers for High Blood Pressure

    Drug details for Calcium channel blockers for high blood pressure.

  9. High Blood Pressure - Living With High Blood Pressure

    Home treatment is important to help control high blood pressure, especially if you have other risk factors for heart disease and stroke. Even if your doctor has prescribed medication for you, there are still many steps you can take to lower your blood pressure and reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke. Changes in lifestyle or behavior can help control high blood pressure and in some cases ..

  10. High Blood Pressure in African Americans - Topic Overview

    African Americans are more likely to develop high blood pressure and often have more severe high blood pressure than other groups. They also are more likely to have the condition at an earlier age than others. It is not known why they are at greater risk. African Americans who are sensitive to salt ( sodium ),are obese,or smoke are at even higher risk for high blood pressure. As a result,...

Displaying 31 - 40 of 122 Articles << Prev Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next >>

Today on WebMD

lowering blood pressure
SLIDESHOW
man in bed
TOOL
 
heart-shaped stethoscope
Quiz
Overturned salt shaker
Quiz
 
heart healthy living
ARTICLE
Erectile Dysfunction Slideshow
SLIDESHOW
 
Bernstein Hypertension Affects Cardiac Risk
VIDEO
Compressed heart
Article
 
Heart Disease Overview Slideshow
SLIDESHOW
thumbnail for lowering choloesterol slideshow
SLIDESHOW
 
Heart Foods Slideshow
SLIDESHOW
Low Blood Pressure
VIDEO
 

WebMD Special Sections