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arrow Words with the President of Malaysian Society of Hypertension
20-12-2017
Officially, the society’s specific objectives are many folds. The first is to promote basic and clinical studies and to educate doctors and paramedical staff regarding hypertension as well as to propagate correct knowledge on hypertension.
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arrow Less salt, lower blood pressure
09-03-2014
There is strong evidence that links our current high salt intake to high blood pressure. The solution is simple – reduce your intake and watch the numbers go down.
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arrow Public forum on hypertension aims to raise greater awareness
14-01-2014
BLEEDING in the brain, blurred vision, accumulated waste in the blood, problems with arousal, heart issues – these are all potential consequences of your heart being forced to pump a bit harder than it should due to increased resistance in your arteries.
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arrow Hypertension a leading risk
17-05-2012
The Malaysian Society of Hypertension(MSH) wrote to the World Hypertension League (WHL) in 2002 mooting the idea of having a World Hypertension Day as a means of highlighting the scourge to the public.
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arrow Swimming lowers older adults' blood pressure
26-03-2012
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Many older adults like to take a dip a pool, and now a small study suggests it can be good for their blood pressure.
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arrow Should Blood Pressure Be Taken in Both Arms?
21-03-2012
Jan. 30, 2012 -- Differences in blood pressure readings taken from the left and right arms may be a sign of heart and blood vessel disease and death risk, according to a new review of recent research. Researchers found that a difference of 15 points or more in the readings
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