Mind Your Risks
Many people with high blood pressure know they could be at risk for stroke and heart attack. New studies also link high blood pressure—especially in midlife (ages 45 to 65)—to an increased risk for dementia in later years. Don’t take unnecessary risks. Learn how to keep blood pressure under control.
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