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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.
Item Number: JDC 903
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It's funny what the simplest gestures represent when it comes to lessening the burden of diabetes. I've got a new someone in my life. Well, actually a someone who's been in and out of my existence for almost two decades, but with whom I've developed a new - and really, rather wonderful - connection. Dating with diabetes can be a little difficult at times. Explanations of high and low bloodsugar and what they mean and do, the "complications might come" conversations,...