American Heart Association Redefines High Blood PressureThe American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology are redefining high blood pressure.
WashU Looks at Alzheimer's, Health Conditions Washington University researchers want to know if managing blood pressure and cholesterol might help delay or prevent Alzheimer's Disease
CDC Report: Middle Age Americans Get the Worst SleepOnly 61.7 percent of 35- to 44-year-old Americans reported having seven hours or more of sleep.
New Study Suggests Lower Blood Pressure GuidelinesLocal cardiologist says there’s some new thinking about treating high blood pressure more aggressively.
Local Cardiologist Warns Women of New 'Little Pink Pill'A local cardiologist offers his advice on the newly approved little pink pill to boost libido in women.
Life-Like Mannequins Interact with STL First Responders in Training"Instead of me standing there relating the information to them, they actually have to think their way through and treat the actual mannequin, just like you do in the field," says EMS supervisor Chris Thompson.
Prescription Drug Prices Predicted to Skyrocket by 2016A recent study done by St. Louis-based Express Scripts may predicts a drug spending increase by 2016 up to 63 percent.
Pre-Hypertension Patients Still At Risk For StrokeRecent St. Louis University shows that patients with pre-hypertension are not completely safe from the risk of stroke.
Study: Caregivers More Prone to Anxiety, DepressionExpress Scripts Chief Researcher Bob Nease says the study focused primarily on the types of medications that caregivers themselves are taking.
Study: Doctors Taking Blood Pressure Wrong?New British report shows readings taken on both arms could save lives.

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