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Study Could Extend Life Of Hypertension Patients

Many hypertension patients experienced a better life expectancy when they lowered their systolic blood pressure by 20 points more than what’s currently recommended, according to a National Institutes of Health study.

Doctor of Osteopathy Jedd Raney at the UNT Health Science Center, Fort Worth.

Many hypertension patients experienced a better life expectancy when they lowered their systolic blood pressure by 20 points more than what’s currently recommended, according to a National Institutes of Health study. This could impact future treatment for hypertension patients. (D Healthcare)

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