The Indoor Heart

Why keeping blood pressure normal is bad for your health

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The Silent Killer

               High blood pressure is often called the “silent killer” because it is often symptomless until something catastrophic happens like a stroke. Despite its quiet nature, the condition is commonly treated, especially in the elderly, with the hope of keeping it at 120/80.

Although that number is t…

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