Dr. Joanna Dolgoff, the creator of "Red Light, Green Light, Eat Right!" on the increase of high blood pressure in children and the importance of a famiy oriented nutrition program, fresh food, healthy eating and exercise.
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A new study in the journal Pediatrics found sodium intake among kids ages 8 to 18 averaged 3,387 mg a day, and those children with the highest levels of sodium consumption were twice as likely to have elevated or high blood pressure. NBC’s Robert Bazell reports.
Over have of the 77 million Americans with high blood pressure don’t have their condition under control either with or without medications. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.
Internist and Women’s Health contributor Dr. Keri Peterson explains how your eyes could be giving off signs that you’re suffering from melanoma, high blood pressure or diabetes.
Doctors now say pregnancy-induced hypertension places women at a higher risk for further problems. WRC's Doreen Gentzler reports.
Dr. Holly Philips discusses five simple diet and lifestyle tweaks that can help lower your blood pressure.
A stevia plant, known as "sweet herb", or "kaÂ´a heÂ´e" in the native Guarani language, is seen in a plantation in Caacupe, 50 kms east of Asuncion, Paraguay on October 23, 2009. Stevia is used for its medicinal purposes, which include treatment for heartburn, obesity and hypertension, as well as a