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Heart attack risk decreased in new mothers by self-monitoring blood pressure at home

Self-monitoring blood pressure after giving birth could help to cut new mothers’ risk of future heart disease and strokes, according to new research by Oxford researchers.

Exercise in young adults with high blood pressure alters blood vessel structure in the brain

Exercise changes internal carotid artery size, even when blood pressure is not lowered.

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