New research is being presented at the 2014 annual scientific meeting of the American Society of Hypertension, or ASH, from May 16 to 20 in New York.

Meeting Highlights

Hypertension Program Improves BP Control 

Comparing Approaches to Nutrition Care for BP Control

Antihypertensive Pill Burden & Patient Adherence


News From the Meeting

NY County Improves BP Control With Community-Based Initiative

Hyperkalemia Evident with Spironolactone in Resistant Hypertension

Haves and Have-Nots: Gaps Widen in Control of BP Among Insured and Uninsured

Racial Disparity Found for Masked Hypertension

Stroke Rounds: Variable BP Tied to CVD, Death Risks

BP Advice from Dr YouTube: One-Third of Videos ‘Misleading

Nighttime Hypertension—Not Daytime or Clinic—Predicts MI and Stroke in Meta-Analysis

BP Guidelines: No Simple Answers

Specialized Clinic Gets Results in Resistant Hypertension

HTN Meeting Spotlights Renal Denervation


More From the Meeting


Hotel Reservations


ASH/Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association Joint Program on Emerging Developments in Hypertension

Exhibitor Prospectus

2014 ASH Annual Scientific Meeting Promotional PowerPoint Slide