- Q Does drinking soda increase my risk for high blood pressure?
Dr. Robin Miller, Integrative MedicineSoda's not great for your health, but can it increase your risk for high blood pressure? In this video, Dr. Robin Miller reveals the true blood-pressure threat that may be lurking in that can of soda. Full Answer
- Q What causes pregnancy-induced hypertension?
Researchers do not know the primary cause of pregnancy-induced hypertension (PIH). This condition occurs when a pregnant woman's blood pressure rises for some unknown reason. The rise in blood pressure causes protein in your urine and edema, which is... Full Answer