ISBN 9788129120687,101 Questions And Answers About Hypertension: Lower Your Blood Pressure Save Your Life

101 Questions And Answers About Hypertension: Lower Your Blood Pressure Save Your Life


Norman Kaplan


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ISBN 9788129120687

Rupa & Co

Publication Year 2012

ISBN 9788129120687

ISBN-10 8129120682


Number of Pages 236 Pages
Language (English)

Health And Fitness

uch as: What are the things I should avoid eating or drinking? What are the major risk factors of hypertension? Does meditation really help? What's the best way to monitor my blood pressure? How can I prevent hypertension in my children? All these questions-and more-are answered in a simple, easy-to-understand manner in this crisp and succinct handbook. Grab this book, and you can start making the changes you need to ensure a long and healthy life. What could be more important? About the Author William M. Manger, MD, PhD has served as a professor of clinical medicine at New York University Medical Center since 1983. In 1977 he founded the National Hypertension Association (NHA), and organization that has conducted ground-breaking research or hypertension and its effects. Norman M. Kaplan, MD, MACP, is a clinical professor of internal medicine at the University of Texas South-western Medical Center at Dallas. He has served on the executive committees of the American Society of Hypertension and the AHA Council for high Blood Pressure Research. Edward J. Roccella, PhD, MPH, has worked as the coordinator of the National High Blood Pressure Education Program and has published extensively in scientific journals dealing with hypertension. Ray W. Gifford Jr., MD, was president of the National Hypertension Association and a recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award in Hypertension from the Council of High Blood Pressure Research, American Heart Association.