Lowering blood pressure may help the brain

In preliminary SPRINT results, fewer people aiming for 120 developed early memory loss

taking blood pressure

UNDER PRESSURE  Dropping blood pressure below 120 millimeters of mercury reduces the risk of developing early memory loss, early results of a major clinical trial suggest.


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