IOM: High blood pressure is a neglected disease in U.S.

02/23/2010 | Reuters

An Institute of Medicine panel said high blood pressure is a neglected disease that costs the U.S. health care system $73 billion a year. It said that the CDC should promote policies that encourage Americans to exercise and diet to control their blood pressure and should pressure physicians to treat the condition more aggressively.

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