Hypertension self-care lowers BP in at-risk patients

Data on patients with diabetes, chronic kidney disease or other major cardiovascular risks revealed those who underwent a hypertension self-management program attained lower mean systolic blood pressure levels at 12 months compared with those who received usual care. The findings were published i...

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