People in their 40s who keep their blood pressure from rising have lower cardiovascular disease risks than those in their 50s who have to reduce high BP rates, researchers reported in the journal Circulation. A second study in Journal of the American Medical Association backs up the idea, finding that people who were able to maintain low resting heart rates had lower risks of heart disease.
Keeping BP in check reaps heart benefits, data show
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