People with diabetes are two to four times more likely to have a vascular “event,” such as a heart attack or stroke. What can you do to prevent this?
Many people with type 2 diabetes have high blood pressure also called hypertension. We give you the facts about what it is and why it matters, together with tips to manage high blood pressure. All the information you need is right here!
People with diabetes are at risk of high blood pressure. That’s why it’s important to know your blood pressure targets and strive to reach them.
Management of blood sugar, cholesterol and blood pressure are important for people with diabetes. How do Canadians rate with respect to these parameters? Read this article to learn more about the state of diabetes management in Canada.
Some medications that control blood pressure and cholesterol, when combined with other medications, can increase the risk of undesirable drug interactions.
Many complications of diabetes can be attributed to hypertension or high blood pressure. A more intensive approach to managing blood pressure has been shown to have large positive effects on reducing total and cardiovascular mortality compared with less intensive management.