Better technology shows that too many people are treated for high blood pressure

About 67 million Americans — a third of all adults — have hypertension, a symptom-less disease that is a major contributor to heart disease, stroke and kidney disease. But we’re tracking this silent killer with random readings from a device that was invented in the 1890s. A better solution is out there: Will we use it?

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