WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - A new study from the American Heart Association finds nearly two-thirds of medical students had some degree of hypertension.
Researchers believe it suggests that stress, anxiety, and poor sleep are critical to maintaining a healthy blood pressure.
Hula for health
Another study about blood pressure at the University of Hawaii found a new way to prevent hypertension: hula dancing.
Patients who took part in a dance program showed significant improvement after just a few sessions.
Magnets & OCD
Magnets may help treat obsessive compulsive disorder.
In a study done in Europe and Israel, nearly half the subjects said their OCD symptoms had improved after six weeks of noninvasive magnet stimulation on the brain