Adults with hypertension who do not have diabetes have a lower risk for developing the disease when taking their blood pressure medication at bedtime compared with adults who take the medication upon awakening, according to recent findings. Researchers also found that adults who took antihypertensive medications at bedtime significantly decreased their ambulatory BP. Ingesting hypertension medications at bedtime, a zero-cost intervention, was found to improve asleep BP control and markedly reduce the risk of diabetes by 57%. Hermida RC, et al. Diabetologia. 2015;doi:10.1007/s00125-015-3749-7.