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Reducing heart disease risk by lowering blood pressure in older adults does not increase the risk of falls: Study

Reducing heart disease risk by lowering blood pressure in older adults does not increase the risk of falls, according to research. Seventy-five percent of seniors in the U.S. have hypertension, which is a contributing factor to heart disease and disability.… The post Reducing heart disease risk by lowering blood pressure in older adults does not increase the risk of falls: Study appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
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