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British government gets serious about blood pressure problem

Roughly 40% (14 million) of UK people have high blood pressure and a government agency wants a mass medication of people at risk. 10 million people with high blood pressure currently receive no treatment. High blood pressure is a factor in most heart attacks and strokes.

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About: British government gets serious about blood pressure problem

Date: 2 December 2004

Source: News Target Network

URL: http://www.newstarget.com/002589.html

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