Younger Patients Shunning Blood Pressure Meds
High blood pressure is universally bad for your health and can lead to death.
Yet despite this fact, a new study finds that more than half of younger patients who are prescribed medication for high blood pressure don’t take the medication as prescribed. No matter a person’s age, stopping treatment for high blood pressure is dangerous, as hypertension is largely an asymptomatic disease that requires serious attention and intervention. To learn more about the study and the reason behind this trend, keep reading over at WebMD.