- A cameraman for the MLB Network passed away on Wednesday after collapsing at Turner Field before a meeting between the Atlanta Braves and the Washington Nationals.
- A new study shows that antioxidants in grapes can reduce rates of heart failure in hypertensive patients.
- Though the trend is toward less sugar consumption, 13% of calories consumed by American adults come from added sugars, a figure health experts advise is too high.
- Public School 224 in Queens is the first New York City school to offer an all vegetarian cafeteria.
- A new analysis claims over a third of all stroke victims in the U.S. avoided calling emergency services.
- Researchers say pollution from heavily populated cities may spell future heart problems for its inhabitants.
- Researchers say adding grapes to your diet may help your body defend against cardiovascular risk among other health concerns.
- Sodium intake has skyrocketed in the past decade despite the dire heart-related death tolls. Could topical salt-reduction be the answer to reducing risks?
- Researchers performed genetic analysis on families who experience frequent fainting and traced it back to a specific region on chromosome 15.
- A new study shows that the high levels of nitrate found in beetroot can be used to counteract high blood pressure, when drank daily.
- Apple and pears have their differences. But aside from looks, individuals with more belly fat are at a higher risk of developing kidney disease.
- After failing a drug test himself, Seattle Seahawks' defensive back Richard Sherman now claims that half of the players in the NFL are taking some kind of ADHD medication.
Blood pressure is the pressure exerted by circulating blood upon the walls of blood vessels, and is one of the principal vital signs. When used without further specification, "blood pressure" usually refers to the arterial pressure of the systemic circulation. Disregulation disorders of blood pressure control include high blood pressure, blood pressure that is too low, and blood pressure that shows excessive or maladaptive fluctuation.