Optimal Blood Pressure

Years ago doctors believed that a systolic blood pressure of 100 plus your age was perfectly acceptable and it was physiologically normal for blood pressure (BP) to rise with age. This belief ended when it became clear that a 65-year-old person with a BP of 160/85 was at a much greater risk of cardiovascular disease than someone the same age with a much lower BP. High blood pressure, or hy...

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