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Blood Pressure is the force of circulating blood on the walls of the arteries. Blood pressure is taken using two measurements: systolic (measured when the heart beats, when blood pressure is at its highest) and diastolic (measured between heart beats, when blood pressure is at its lowest). Blood pressure is written with the systolic blood pressure first, followed by the diastolic blood pressure (for example 120/80).
Mitochondria Influence the Ability of Adult Cardiac Cells to Multiply

Mitochondria Influence the Ability of Adult Cardiac Cells to Multiply

Sphingolipid Mystery Solved: S1P May Protect Against Coronary Artery Disease

Sphingolipid Mystery Solved: S1P May Protect Against Coronary Artery Disease

How Glucocorticoids Quell Inflammation

How Glucocorticoids Quell Inflammation

Nucleus Genomics Introduces DNA Analysis Product for Personalized Medicine

Nucleus Genomics Introduces DNA Analysis Product for Personalized Medicine

Cells Harvested From Urine May Have Diagnostic Potential for Kidney Disease

Cells Harvested From Urine May Have Diagnostic Potential for Kidney Disease

Study Highlights Lifelong Influence of Genetic Factors on Blood Pressure

Study Highlights Lifelong Influence of Genetic Factors on Blood Pressure

New Research Finds Placenta Cells May Lower Blood Pressure

New Research Finds Placenta Cells May Lower Blood Pressure

‘Mini-Placentas’ Help Scientists Study the Causes of Pre-eclampsia and Pregnancy Disorders

‘Mini-Placentas’ Help Scientists Study the Causes of Pre-eclampsia and Pregnancy Disorders

Genome-Wide Study Identifies Gene Pair Crucial for Regulating Blood Vessel Disease in the Lungs

Genome-Wide Study Identifies Gene Pair Crucial for Regulating Blood Vessel Disease in the Lungs

Novel Peptides from South American Bushmaster and Pit Viper

Novel Peptides from South American Bushmaster and Pit Viper

Intermittent Energy Restriction Diet Alters Brain-Gut-Microbiome Axis

Intermittent Energy Restriction Diet Alters Brain-Gut-Microbiome Axis

Study Reveals Crucial Protein’s Role in Brain Cell Development

Study Reveals Crucial Protein’s Role in Brain Cell Development

Understanding Critical Stress Limits Can Help Conservationists to Better Protect Plants

Understanding Critical Stress Limits Can Help Conservationists to Better Protect Plants

Red Blood Cells May Hold the Key to Preventing Heart Diseases

Red Blood Cells May Hold the Key to Preventing Heart Diseases

SARS-CoV-2 Infection is Significantly Linked With the Development of High Blood Pressure

SARS-CoV-2 Infection is Significantly Linked With the Development of High Blood Pressure

Identifying The Best Antibodies Using X-Rays

Identifying The Best Antibodies Using X-Rays

New Process by Which Enzymes Help Prevent Heart Damage in Chemotherapy Patients Identified

New Process by Which Enzymes Help Prevent Heart Damage in Chemotherapy Patients Identified

Extrusion-Mediated Self-Renewal: A New Way for Kidney Cells to Stay Healthy

Extrusion-Mediated Self-Renewal: A New Way for Kidney Cells to Stay Healthy

Revolutionizing Drug Design with Light-Activated Molecular Machines

Revolutionizing Drug Design with Light-Activated Molecular Machines

Water Fasting Offers Short-Term Weight Loss, But No Long-Term Benefits

Water Fasting Offers Short-Term Weight Loss, But No Long-Term Benefits

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