Harvard Heart Letter

Your blood pressure goal: A personalized balancing act

Experts are divided on optimal blood pressure targets but agree that an individual approach is the best strategy. There’s no debate about the dangers of high blood pressure. Dubbed the “silent killer,” high blood pressure usually has no symptoms. Yet this common condition damages blood vessels throughout the body, raising the risk of heart attack, stroke, kidney disease, and other problems. …

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