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More people visit doctors for high blood pressure than for any other condition, aside from the common cold. And while blood pressure medications are usually effective, science has shown us that many foods can help lower blood pressure, too.

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Fruits and Veggies Lower Your Blood Pressure, Research Shows

What you can do: To cut your risk of high blood pressure, try winter dishes that are rich in flavonoids, like our Baked Eggplant with Tomato Chutney, Couscous with Pistachios and Currants, and Raspberry-Tangerine Tart.

How to Check Your Blood Pressure at Home

What you can do: Use a validated home blood pressure monitor, avoid finger and wrist models, and make sure the cuff is situated properly.

Eat and Drink This to Prevent High Blood Pressure

What you can do: Incorporate a clove or two of garlic into your meals, try hibiscus tea several times a day, and favor foods like celery and bitter greens.

Soothe Holiday Stress with a 1,000-Year-Old Trick

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The Hidden Cost of Blood Pressure Tests

What you can do: Invest in a good home blood pressure monitor, and make sure your doctor knows your readings.

Purple Potatoes: Your New Blood Pressure Medicine

What you can do: Hit the farmer's market for some purple potatoes to lower your blood pressure.

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