Harvard Health Letter

Virtual visits and high blood pressure

News briefs If your doctor offers a way to monitor your chronic health condition via computer, consider giving it a try. A Harvard study that was published online April 23, 2018, by the Journal of General Internal Medicine found that people who had “virtual” office visits over the Internet were able to control their blood pressure just as well as people who had in-person follow-up office visits — and they used fewer health…

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