Pearls from Medical Science – High Blood Pressure

Reading this stuff . . . so you don’t have to.

One goal of mine for this blog is to connect people to medical science. But ask any doctor – staying current on the latest in medical evidence is not easy.  Look at this picture – it could be the nightstand of many a doctor.  It is actually the table in my office after I simply grabbed a few recent journals from my shelf.  Seriously.  Glamorous it may not be, but it is oh, so important.  By staying abreast of latest medical science, we can give you the best advice possible.

So every now and then I’m going to do a pJournals photoost highlighting a “Pearl from Medical Science” in which I will summarize one item from the medical literature – a pearl, if you will.  Basically reading this stuff so you don’t have to.  I’ll try to distill the medical jargon and heady science into something meaningful – something you can act on in your own life.

So here goes this first pearl, which is taken from the Annals of Internal Medicine from November 2015.

PEARL: Get your blood pressure checked

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