Pregnancy is a beautiful thing, but morning sickness is anything but. Typically, expectant mothers experience morning sickness in their first trimester. If you’re experiencing morning sickness, know that the nausea will eventually pass, but until it does, here are a few ways to try to keep it at bay.
High blood pressure (also known as hypertension) has no symptoms. So, if you don’t have your blood pressure checked regularly, the first sign of high blood pressure could come in the form of a heart attack, a stroke, heart failure, or kidney failure. Here is how to control high blood pressure.