A recent study in Los Angeles had pharmacists working with barbershops to try to help African American men check their blood pressure. African Americans -- especially men - tend to have higher rates of high blood pressure than other segments of the U.S. population and writer Faiza Elmasry foudn out how the study worked.
VOA Healthy Living 20180320 UMN 1440826
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