High Blood Pressure May Not Be The Heart's Real Enemy
For years, doctors have said high blood pressure is a leading culprit in heart disease. To combat hypertension, they prescribed a variety of drugs that lower blood pressure. But although such drugs cut the incidence of strokes by 40%, they failed to lower the rate of heart attacks, a far more common danger.
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