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High Blood Pressure:

Natural Self-help for

Hypertension, including

60 recipes (Eat to Beat)

Dr. Sarah Brewer,

Michelle Berriedale-Johnson

Natural Self-help for Hypertension, including

60 delicious recipes. This is a good guide

for anybody who wants to control high blood

pressure naturally.

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Yoga for Hypertension & Heart Diseases

Dr R Nagendra,

Dr H R Nagendra

The authors of this book are both scientists

who had carried systematic research at the

yoga research foundation and developed

these integrated yoga therapy modules in

tune with both the traditional yoga texts and

the modern medical understanding of

aliments.

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All You Wanted to Know About Hypertension

Dr. Savitri Ramaiah

A product of the combined knowledge and

experience of many doctors and scientists,

this book offers a clear look at sickness and

therapy - therapy which uses both alternative

care and conventional medicine.

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How to Control Your

Blood Pressure for

Healthy Living

Dr. G.D. Thapar, M.D.

The book helps you in identifying the

causes and development of adverse effects

of Hypertension. It also give information on

major Hypertension-related diseases and

gives physiological and other measures for

controlling hypertension and preventing its

complications.

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The New Bible Cure for

High Blood Pressure:

Ancient Truths, Natural

Remedies, and the

Latest Findings for

Your Health Today

Don Colbert M.D.

Reclaim control over you spiritual,

emotional, and physical health---and get

your blood pressure under control!

Incorporating the latest medical research

with the timeless wisdom of the Bible,

Colbert explains the differences between

good and bad stress; what foods, vitamins,

and minerals help keep your blood pressure

in check; and steps that may prevent

strokes and heart attacks.

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Mayo Clinic on High

Blood Pressure:

Taking charge of your

hypertension

Sheldon G. Sheps,

Mayo Clinic

Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN. Consumer text

provides practical and easy-to-understand

information on preventing and managing

high blood pressure. Includes tips on

controlling sodium, special risks, latest on

medications, stress, DASH diet and

recipes, high blood pressure emergencies,

and treatment options.

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Johns Hopkins Health Alerts

This free public service from Johns Hopkins

Medicine helps keep you up to date on the

latest breakthroughs for the most common

medical conditions which prevent healthy

aging.

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American Association of Retired Persons: Conditions and Treatments Blog

Offers information on health, money, food

and much more.  Sign up for free webinars

and review archived session.

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HYPERTENSION

 

More than 3,300 physicians, scientists and researchers from Mayo Clinic share their

expertise to empower you.

 

Subscribe to the Heart-Healthy Living e-newsletter, find information on symptoms and

treatment of Hypertension.  Search through a variety of expert answers to frequently

asked questions.

 

 

 

The national public health institute of the United States.

 

An easy to read handout explaining hypertension, symptoms, treatments and other

resources available.

 

 

 

Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.  High Blood

Pressure tools and Resources.  Sign up for monthly E-Newsletters, print blood

pressure tracker logs, watch educational videos, test your knowledge on blood

pressure quizzes and more.

 

 

 

Million Hearts® brings together communities, health systems, nonprofit organizations,

federal agencies, and private-sector partners from across the country to fight heart

disease and stroke.

 

Videos and resources to explain high blood pressure.

 

 

 

This free public service from Johns Hopkins Medicine helps keep you up to date

on the latest breakthroughs for the most common medical conditions which prevent

healthy aging.

 

 

 

Offers information on health, money, food and much more.  Sign up for free webinars

and review archived session.

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