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My Southern Health: Why young men should pay attention to high blood pressure

Jan. 26, 2018, 4:19 PM

High blood pressure often doesn’t cause noticeable symptoms, and that’s why it needs to be checked regularly. Unfortunately, if you don’t visit a physician, it could go unnoticed. A new study published in the medical journal Hypertension shows that men ages 18 to 39 are lagging behind in blood pressure awareness and treatment.

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