The Genes Behind High Blood Pressure


As many as 30 percent of people living in industrialized countries have high blood pressure. Often people don’t know it, that’s why it’s called the silent killer. Doctors would like to diagnose the common, but complex, disease earlier so they could get a jump start on preventing its negative effects.Shamane Mills reports…

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