Weill Cornell Medicine's Women's Health Advisor (WHA)

Volume 22   •   Number 2  •  February 2018


Finding the Right Medication is Key for Treating High Blood Pressure

Many patients diagnosed with high blood pressure (hypertension) are prescribed medication to bring down their blood pressure. When it comes to blood pressure drugs, there are several options that work in a variety of ways. Here is some information about medication and other strategies you can use to get and …


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Editor-in-Chief
Orli R. Etingin, M.D.
Director, Iris Cantor Womenu2019s Health Center; Vice Chairman, Dept. of Medicine;
Professor of Clinical Medicine,
Weill Cornell Medical College
Executive Editor
Dawn Bialy
Associate Editors
Kate Brophy
Jay Roland
Contributors
Jim Brown
Heidi Godman
Editorial Support
Weill Cornell Public Affairs
Group Director
Diane Muhlfeld
Editorial Advisory Board
Cardiology
Erica Jones, M.D.

Dermatology
Richard Granstein, M.D.
Diane S.u2008Berson, M.D.

Endocrinology
Andrew Martorella, M.D.

Gastroenterology
Ira Jacobson, M.D.
Ellen Scherl, M.D.

Gerontology
Veronica Lofaso, M.D.

Gynecology
Margaret Polaneczky, M.D.

Internal Medicine
Shari Midoneck, M.D.

Neurology
Nancy Nealon, M.D.

Nutrition
Barbra Heller, R.D.

Oncology
Anne Moore, M.D.

Psychiatry
Minna Fyer, M.D.

Radiology
Ruth Rosenblatt, M.D.

Rheumatology
Linda Russell, M.D.

Sports Medicine
Lisa Callahan, M.D.
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