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Chronic Conditions and General Health

Learn the lifestyle changes that can help you manage your health and chronic conditions.

Managing chronic conditions and living in good health aren't default settings. They're lifestyle choices. Our articles and guides can set you on the path to an improved quality of life.
Chronic Conditions and General Health

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Chronic Conditions and General Health
Up to 70% of people age 65 and up have high blood pressure, a dangerous precursor to heart disease. Learn more about hypertension management in older adults. 
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