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Use of calcium-channel blockers appears to offer no advantages in improving clinical outcomes compared with use of diuretics when treating hypertension among individuals with metabolic syndrome.
Black men with kidney disease and high blood pressure are more likely than others to not have their blood pressure under control, which could worsen their kidney disease.
In people with high blood pressure as part of metabolic syndrome, a cluster of conditions that increases the risk for heart disease, diuretics offer greater protection against cardiovascular disease.
FDA has approved Bystolic (nebivolol) for the treatment of high blood pressure.
Elderly black women who use spirituality might be more successful adhering to a hypertension regimen.
Hypertension treatment and control among patients who have been hospitalized for heart failure varies significantly by race and gender.