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December 5, 2018 News News

Study: Older Women Who Suffer From Tooth Loss are More Likely to Develop High Blood Pressure

by University at Buffalo

Postmenopausal women who have experienced loss of all teeth are at higher risk of developing high blood pressure, according to a University at Buffalo study published Dec. 4 in the American Journal of Hypertension. Multiple studies have suggested an association

October 23, 2018 News News

Poor Oral Health Linked to Higher Blood Pressure, Worse Blood Pressure Control

by American Heart Association

People with high blood pressure taking medication for their condition are more likely to benefit from the therapy if they have good oral health, according to new research in the American Heart Association’s journal Hypertension. Findings of the analysis, based on

April 10, 2011 News Systemic links

Strokes – Gum Disease More Harmful Than Diabetes

by ken

From Medical News Today New research suggests that gum disease carries a higher risk of causing a stroke thandiabetes, and its impact is nearly the equivalent of high blood pressure as a major cause of strokes.  High blood pressure (hypertension) and diabetes (diabetes mellitus) are widely

January 21, 2011 News General News

bioAnalytics launches HeartFriendly™ Dentist Program with the Dental Health Group of Burlington Using Biosign UFIT® Health Monitor

by ken

TORONTO, Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ – Biosign Technologies Inc. (TSXV: BIO) and bioAnalytics Inc. announced today that the Dental Health Group in Burlington, Ontario, has deployed the HeartFriendly Dentist™ program, which utilizes the UFIT®TEN-10 Health Monitor. “Our mandate for the HeartFriendly™ Dentist program is to support