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Researchers are reporting new evidence that exercise can help reduce the risk of hypertension in African-Americans. Past studies focused on white populations. Researchers who study cardiovascular health have long known that exercise is one way to keep high blood pressure at bay. But studies confirming this protective effect have mainly focused on white patients, leaving it unclear.
DALLAS, Jan. 30, 2017 – Regular swimming, biking or even brisk walks can help African Americans lower their chance of developing high blood pressure, according to new research published in the American Heart Association’s journal Hypertension. MONDAY, Jan. 30, 2017 (HealthDay News) Regular sports or exercise may lower black Americans’ risk of high blood pressure, a new study finds.
The new research included more than 1,300 black people living in or near Jackson, Miss. Black Americans have a higher risk of high blood pressure than other racial groups in the United States, the researchers noted. MONDAY, Jan.
30, 2017 (HealthDay News)—Regular sports or exercise may lower black Americans’ risk of high blood pressure, a new study finds. The new research included more than 1,300 black people living in or near Jackson, Miss. Black Americans have. Exercise May Help Black Americans Lower Blood Pressure Risk. Recommended 150 minutes of moderate activity weekly cut odds by almost 25 percent in study.
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By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS. Regular moderate to vigorous exercise such as swimming, biking or even brisk walks can lower the risk of high blood pressure in African-Americans, according to a new study. African-Americans are more likely to have high blood pressure than other racial groups in the United States.
In a new study, researchers are reporting the strongest evidence to date that moderate to vigorous exercise, when done regularly, can help reduce the risk of hypertension in African Americans. The study, which was published in the journal Hypertension, was funded by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) and the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD). Regular exercise may reduce high blood pressure risk in African-Americans by American Heart Association Regular swimming, biking or even brisk. NIH study shows exercise may lower risk of high blood pressure in African Americans. Researchers who study cardiovascular health have long known that exercise is one way to keep high blood pressure at bay.
But studies confirming this protective effect have mainly focused on white patients, leaving it unclear whether African Americans, the most vulnerable of all populations, have. In fact, regular exercise can help you keep your blood pressure in check. If you’re at risk for or have hypertension, speak to your doctor about the safest way to exercise.
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