ARC Talks about Blood Pressure at NXP

ARC Talks Blood Pressure at NXP

High blood pressure affects nearly 30-percent of Americans causing more than 60,000 deaths per year. Because there are very few signs and symptoms of hypertension, it is also commonly called a “silent killer”. How is high blood pressure caused? Who is at risk? And how can it be prevented? Dr. Sandra Worrell, Family Medicine physician at ARC Kyle Plum Creek was invited to semiconductor company NXP to talk to employees about understanding hypertension.

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