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April 14, 2012
Diabetes and high blood pressure

Half of all people with diabetes are failing to keep control of their blood pressure, thus risking “damaging” complications, concluded a recent UK study. The study was based on the National Diabetes Audit, that has the data of 90% of all UK diabetes patients.

High blood pressure increases the risk of conditions such as heart disease, kidney failure and stroke.

Improving the diet, losing weight, and taking medications are the three most effective ways to lower blood pressure and keeping it under control.

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