Better Medications Are Helping Americans Control Their Blood Pressure

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By Molly Grady

More Americans have their high blood pressure under control.

A study from the American Heart Association shows that nearly 50 percent of hypertension patients are maintaining good blood pressure levels.

That's a big jump from a decade ago when only 29 percent had pressure levels under control.

Researchers believe better, cheaper medications are a major reason why.



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