Stroke risk is higher in people with high, fluctuating blood pressure

05/11/2010 | HealthDay News

Researchers found that people with high blood pressure and people with highly irregular blood pressure levels have a higher risk for stroke and other cerebrovascular diseases, and those with both conditions have an even greater risk. The findings indicate that controlling blood pressure fluctuations could help reduce the risk of cerebrovascular disease, the researchers said.

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