More than a third of adults in China suffer from high blood pressure, but only one in 20 are able effectively to manage their condition, according to research published on Thursday. Strokes are the leading cause of death in China, accounting for one in five deaths annually, researchers said, with

(Source: Pixabay Images) WSFA/NBC - Government statistics show the rate of high blood pressure has not gone up in the past decade. The problem is, it hasn’t gone down either. Hypertension rates are stagnant and many people are unable to control it. A new study from the National Center for Health Statistics

HYATTSVILLE, MD — Only about 48% of adults with hypertension had it under control during 2015–2016, according to data released today by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)[1]. “This finding that just under half of adults with hypertension have their