• What does gut bacteria have to do with high blood pressure?

    1 month ago - By Natural News

    Over the years, researchers have been increasingly interested in the role of gut bacteria when it comes to human health. The body harbors trillions of microorganisms like bacteria and viruses - collectively known as the microbiome. While these tiny organisms are often associated with disease and infections, some variations of viruses and bacteria...
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  • Renal denervation effective in patients with untreated high blood pressure

    Renal denervation effective in patients with untreated high blood pressure

    2 monthes ago - By News Medical

    Three months after undergoing renal denervation -a procedure that delivers energy to overactive nerves leading to the kidney to decrease their activity-patients with untreated high blood pressure had statistically significant reductions in average blood pressure over 24 hours compared with patients who underwent a sham procedure and experienced no major adverse effects, according to results from the SPYRAL-HTN OFF MED pivotal trial presented at the American College of Cardiology's Annual Scientific Session Together with World Congress of Cardiology.
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