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www.saga.co.uk/magazine/health-wellbeing/conditions/cardiovascular/blood-pressure

May 11, 2017 ... As we age we are more likely to have a raised systolic pressure while the diastolic pressure remains normal - this is known as isolated systolic hypertension and still needs treatment. Blood pressure is considered high if it is over 140/90 but you should be concerned if it's in the upper range of normal ...

www.johnhancockinsurance.com/life/life-expectancy-tool.aspx

Recent statistics show that American women are projected to live until age 81, while men are projected to live until 76 years of age.1 Are you prepared for the possibility of outliving your retirement income, meeting long-term care or disability needs? Use this tool to predict the average number of years you can expect to live ...

www.latimes.com/health/la-hew-askus2jul02-story.html

Jul 2, 2007 ... Thus, a person with a resting blood pressure of 125/70 at 3 a.m., might have a reading of 140/80 by late afternoon. Other factors contribute to ... Hypertension, which is partly genetic and tends to increase with age, can usually be controlled with proper medical attention, diet and exercise. — Janet Cromley.

www.mydr.com.au/heart-stroke/blood-pressure-what-is-your-target

Many of us have had our blood pressure measured at the doctor but don't really understand why it's important. Find out why (and how) your doctor measures your blood pressure, what's normal and what's not, and what to do if you have high blood pressure.

www.lifespanfitness.com/fitness/resources/articles/your-resting-heart-rate-what-is-normal-and-healthy

Jul 13, 2015 ... A healthy heart is strong and more efficient, pumping more blood at a higher rate while efficiently circulating oxygen throughout your body. The calculation of ... The resting heart rate chart (pulse rate chart) below shows the normal range for a RHR according to age or physical condition. Remember, many ...

draxe.com/high-blood-pressure-symptoms

Mar 3, 2016 ... At the age of 50, total life expectancy is about five years longer for people with normal blood pressure than for those who have hypertension. That's just another worthwhile .... About 70 million American adults (29 percent) have high blood pressure — that's nearly 1 out of every 3 adults. Only about half (52 ...