What you can do to manage your blood pressure?

By living a healthy lifestyle, you can help keep your blood pressure in a healthy range and lower your risk for heart disease and stroke.  This includes eating a healthy diet and maintaining a healthy appropriate weight.  Make sure you are getting 150 minutes of deliberate physical activity per week, limit your alcohol use and Read more about What you can do to manage your blood pressure?[…]

High blood pressure usually doesn’t have any symptoms.

High blood pressure is sometimes called the “silent killer.” Most people with high blood pressure don’t have any symptoms, such as sweating or headaches. Because many people feel fine, they don’t think they need to get their blood pressure checked. Even if you feel normal, your health may be at risk because high blood pressure, Read more about High blood pressure usually doesn’t have any symptoms.[…]

May 21-27 is National Emergency Medical Services Week

To all EMS workers: “This year we were the 2nd busiest ED in Washington State. We couldn’t have done it without the excellent care you provide to our community in the field!!! Thank you for your continued commitment to excellent care for all of our patients” –Kim Bersing, Emergency Department Manager. Together we do great Read more about May 21-27 is National Emergency Medical Services Week[…]

Did you know that young people can have high blood pressure, too?

High blood pressure doesn’t just happen to older adults and neither does stroke. High blood pressure is a leading cause of stroke, a condition that is on the rise among younger people. The increased risk for stroke among young adults is because of obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes—conditions that are preventable and treatable through Read more about Did you know that young people can have high blood pressure, too?[…]

Mothers have a unique risks when it comes to high blood pressure.

Women with high blood pressure who become pregnant may have complications during pregnancy.  High blood pressure can harm a mother’s kidneys and other organs, as well as put baby at risk for early delivery and lower birth weight. If you have high blood pressure and are planning to become pregnant, you should take steps to Read more about Mothers have a unique risks when it comes to high blood pressure.[…]