Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure is Cutting Into Heart Disease Progress
Heart disease is the country’s leading cause of death and is considered a huge risk factor when it comes to a person’s longevity.
Now, an uptick in deaths due to uncontrolled high blood pressure is slowing down progress made when it comes to fighting against heart disease. In fact, the rate of decline in heart disease deaths has been slowing since 2010, according to the American Medical Association. This is especially alarming given new advancements in treating and preventing heart disease, raising the importance of continuing to combat the disease. Head over to NBC News for more on this report.