Pre-hypertension is a disorder in which one in every three people in the United States is on the verge of experiencing high blood pressure. High blood pressure affects Black Americans more often than Caucasians or Hispanics, with Black women being the most affected. High blood pressure boosts the risk of heart attack and stroke, so it's not anything to ignore. There are, thankfully, ways to lower your risk.
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