Studies have shown that high blood pressure is correctly diagnosed in less than one-quarter of the children who have the elevated readings.
Studies have shown that high blood pressure is correctly diagnosed in less than one-quarter of the children who have the elevated readings. Paul Rogers The New York Times
Studies have shown that high blood pressure is correctly diagnosed in less than one-quarter of the children who have the elevated readings. Paul Rogers The New York Times

New guidelines aim to help diagnose high blood pressure in young people

October 15, 2017 10:50 PM