CORAL study chair Lance Dworkin, MD, discusses the controversial finding with Renal & Urology News.
Human beings are unique in the animal kingdom when it comes to nutrition.
Women who had hypertension for at least 6 years had a 27% increased risk of the skin disease.
Finding based on a mendelian randomization using an allele score as proxy for 25(OH)D.
Among patients with hypertension, elevated systolic blood pressure is associated with the highest risk for CV.
Annual surveys in U.K. show drop in mean BP levels in men and women between 1994 and 2011.
Correlation of late-life blood pressure to brain measures dependent on midlife hypertension history.
The finding emerged from a French study of 213 patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma.
The likelihood of new-onset diabetes decreased by 57% among hypertensive patients who took at least 1 BP medication at bedtime.
Spaced-education game among physicians can improve time to patients' BP target.
Increased risks of superimposed preeclampsia, preterm delivery, low birth weight.
Risk is not eliminated if patients have risk factors for chronic kidney disease, such as hypertension and diabetes.
Consistently reduced risk for all-cause mortality with usual versus low sodium intake.
Researchers analyzed the potential impact of the "2014 Evidence-Based Guideline for the Management of High Blood Pressure in Adults."
Mean blood pressures lower for nurses compared to readings made by doctors at same visit.
Only 30 percent of participants had blood pressure controlled.
Considerable variation in incidence of HAA across hospitals; teaching status and region linked to risk.