A third of all Americans suffer from high blood pressure and only half of those who are diagnosed have their condition under control. A recent major study found that lower blood pressure guidelines significantly reduced a patient's risk for heart attacks, heart failure and strokes.
Dr. Jackson Wright Jr., study investigator and blood pressure expert at Case Western Reserve University and University Hospitals Case Medical Center
George Pfeiffer, Work@Health program's lead curriculum developer
Scott Whittaker, Vector Program Manager at Columbus Public Health
Dr. Mary DiOrio, Medical Director at the Ohio Department of Health