High blood pressure, commonly known as hypertension, is known to jeopardize your heart health. However, not all hypertension is the same, and a lesser-known variety known as isolated systolic hypertension can foretell more serious complications, such as damage to organs other than your heart. This disorder can be a precursor to more serious cardiovascular issues, as well as a source of significant concerns. Robert Segal, M.D., cardiologist gives some advice on managing this serious cardiovascular issue. Read the article.