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Hypertension — What Goes Up, Must Come Down
This colorful 10 page guide offers information on high blood pressure and on the importance of keeping your blood pressure on target in order to lower your risk for heart attacks or stroke. Hypertension explains high blood pressure and its dangers, let's you know your risk factors, and discusses your target blood pressure goal and different ways to take action to reach it.
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My diabetes is changing. Until a few years ago, my morning readings were reasonable and within the desired range of under 100 mg/dl. About two years ago, they started slipping upwards into the less-desirable but apparently not-worrisome range of 100-110 mg/dl. Now, this was what was recorded by my Abbott Freestyle Lite meter, which is known to record at the lower end of the home-glucometer variability range, but with my A1c firmly in the high 5s and low 6s, the meter's tendency to...