The positive and negative impacts of loosened blood pressure guidelinesShared by:
Recently, revised blood pressure guidelines were issued by the American College of Physicians and the American Academy of Family Physicians, two of America’s leading medical groups. According to the new guidelines, those with a history of stroke or heart attack should aim for a systolic blood pressure that is below 140, while those aged 60 and older should get their systolic blood pressure below 150. What are the impacts of this new revision?
23 Jan 2017 - General