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Does high blood pressure run in your family?
Haylen_WebMD_Staff posted:
If so, keeping physically fit may lower your odds of developing high blood pressure by a third.

A new study shows that physically fit people with a family history of high blood pressure were up to 34% less likely to develop high blood pressure than people who rarely exercised.

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Fitness Fights High Blood Pressure


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