Quantcast
Home » hypertension You are browsing entries tagged with “hypertension”

How a plant-based diet can reduce hypertension and prevent stroke

By
MEATLESS BUT MORE NUTRITIOUS Malunggay soup (with tomatoes, onions, organic vegan bouillon cubes and Himalayan salt), string beans (with shiitake mushrooms, okra, eggplant, Braggs tomato sauce) and oil-less fried, non-GMO soy wheat stick (with seaweeds). Safe proteins were found to be from plants. Photo by Tessa Salazar

What do five of the 10 leading causes of illness and death in the Philippines have in common? Coronary heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes and atherosclerosis are all associated with our diets.

Posted: August 30th, 2014 in Inquirer Features,Science and Health | Read More »

‘Denerving’ new treatment for uncontrolled hypertension

By

The practice of Medicine can indeed be very humbling. Being an inexact science with no clear road signs of where to go, it can throw medical scientists into a maze in which they can’t find the way out.

Posted: April 5th, 2014 in Columnists,Featured Columns,Inquirer Columns,Inquirer Features,Science and Health | Read More »

Hypertension ‘storm surge’ in Asia Pacific

By

Today, Saturday, I’m delivering my valedictory address as outgoing president of the Asian Pacific Society of Hypertension. I titled my talk “Addressing the Hypertension ‘Storm Surge’ in the Asian Pacific Region.” I hope my call to action will be heeded seriously by the hypertension experts from 38 countries who attended the congress.

Posted: February 15th, 2014 in Columnists,Featured Columns,Inquirer Columns,Inquirer Features,Science and Health | Read More »

High BP, Philippine setting

By

Emotional problems, especially depression, have been frequently reported as aggravating factors in hypertension.

Posted: February 7th, 2014 in Columnists,Featured Columns,Inquirer Columns,Inquirer Features,Science and Health | Read More »

High BP, Philippine setting

By

Local hypertension experts are starting to get disheartened. Despite all efforts to control high blood pressure (BP) in the country, the prevalence of hypertension is still progressively increasing—from 11 percent in 1992 to 28 percent, based on the latest survey conducted by Dr. Jorge Sison’s team of researchers in the Council on Hypertension of the Philippine Heart Association.

Posted: January 31st, 2014 in Columnists,Featured Columns,Inquirer Columns,Inquirer Features,Science and Health | Read More »

Advertisement

News

  • Garin shows up at Senate, greeted with kisses
  • AMLC fails to produce whistleblowers’ bank records
  • Estrada back at Sandiganbayan
  • Partly cloudy Monday for Metro; rain over Southern Tagalog, Bicol, Samar
  • Newborn found in Australia drain
  • Sports

  • Pressure builds after Pacquiao win for Mayweather
  • Pacquiao outclasses rival in title bout
  • Filipino pride surges anew
  • Texters blast Energy; Hotshots edge Bolts
  • Azkals on top as rivals draw
  • Lifestyle

  • Artists, designers rally to raise awareness on disaster preparedness
  • El Hogar demolition ‘imminent,’ heritage advocates warn
  • No ‘Gray’ areas in new John Grisham novel
  • León’s Kingly Treasures Auction features exquisite antiques
  • Physician-sculptor finds beauty in nature’s flaws
  • Entertainment

  • Cinematic PH tour via Indie Bravo!-Fully Booked fest
  • Proudly Filipino ‘Priscilla’ back after hit Singapore run
  • The transformation of Timmy Cruz
  • Revisiting ‘Penthouse Live’
  • ‘Chicago’ as tribute to a beloved mentor
  • Business

  • Gov’t set to rebid Calax in mid-2015
  • AirAsia eyes additional South Korea flights, opposed
  • Banks’ profitability seen to improve in coming year
  • Banks to adopt new technology on credit cards
  • Bill threatens PH commercial fishing sector
  • Technology

  • Kidnappers scanning social networks for potential victims – PNP
  • Netizens cheer Pacquiao win, tell Mayweather ‘you’re next’
  • Facebook ‘newspaper’ spells trouble for media
  • Biotechnology for a better life for Filipinos explained
  • App linking overseas Filipinos to homeland launched in D.C.
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, November 24, 2014
  • Justice as tragedy
  • PH has slowest justice system in the world
  • Random thoughts
  • The Sunni arc of instability
  • Global Nation

  • Japanese ‘samurai’ who fled to PH may be made a saint
  • Taiwanese boat crew faces smuggle raps
  • Christmas comes early in Macau
  • Fil-Ams, immigrants hail Obama’s exec order, seek more inclusive reform
  • Francisco retail workers may get a bill of rights
  • Marketplace
    Advertisement