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, including consuming less salt and increasing the intake of vegetables, fruit and lean protein.

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