Lowering Your Risk of High Blood Pressure is as Easy as Exercising

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By Molly Clifton

A global study of about 137,000 people concludes that exercising in your spare time can significantly lower your risk of high blood pressure.

The American Heart Association study shows that people who exercised more than four hours per week had a 19 percent lower risk of high blood pressure than those who exercised less than an hour a week.
 



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