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Study Shows Promising Results in Reducing Risk of Stroke, Heart Attacki
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July 02, 2013 11:57 PM
Controlling blood pressure is a global issue as people live longer and lifestyles change. In developed countries, despite access to doctors and medication, many people don't have their blood pressure under control. In the U.S., almost half of those with high blood pressure are not able to control it. VOA's Carol Pearson reports on a new study that shows promising results in helping people live healthier lives.

Study Shows Promising Results in Reducing Risk of Stroke, Heart Attack

Published July 02, 2013

Controlling blood pressure is a global issue as people live longer and lifestyles change. In developed countries, despite access to doctors and medication, many people don't have their blood pressure under control. In the U.S., almost half of those with high blood pressure are not able to control it. VOA's Carol Pearson reports on a new study that shows promising results in helping people live healthier lives.


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