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Diastole and Systole: Numbers that Can Save Your Life

Ever wondered why blood pressure is usually the first thing your doctors check when you go to a hospital?

Blood pressure measures how hard your heart is pumping blood. It could be normal, low, or elevated. Each range tells you something about your health; extremely low or high blood pressure can be deadly.

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Illustrated image of chronic kidney disease

Chronic Kidney Disease Tests and Stages

Chronic Kidney Disease or CKD is a long-term condition that means your kidneys aren’t working properly. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that …

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Physician checking urine sample

Different Types of Hematuria

Hematuria is a medical condition that causes red blood cells to enter the urine. When this happens, it could be an indication that something is …

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Man grabbing leg due to peripheral artery disease

Peripheral Arterial Disease Screening: Understanding The Basics

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) occurs when the arteries supplying blood to the legs are clogged. This usually happens when plaque builds up in large and …

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Health check blood pressure and heart rate at home with digital

What Is the Link Between High Blood Pressure and Kidney Diseases?

Hypertension, often known as high blood pressure, is a common disease that affects many people in the United States, with over 3 million cases reported …

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End Stage Renal Disease

End-Stage Renal Disease – Symptoms and Causes

The kidneys’ primary function is to filter waste and excess water from the blood. Kidneys have tiny filters which purify the blood and remove toxic …

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How to Support Your Kidneys’ Health

Doctors test blood pressure to see if the blood flow around the circulatory system is normal, low, or high. Too low or high blood pressure can lead to significant health complications like stroke, cardiac arrest, kidney failure, or brain damage.

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How to Understand Blood Pressure Readings

Doctors test blood pressure to see if the blood flow around the circulatory system is normal, low, or high. Too low or high blood pressure can lead to significant health complications like stroke, cardiac arrest, kidney failure, or brain damage.

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