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OVERVIEW Purpose: To determine whether treating blood pressure to a target systolic pressure of <120 mm Hg is superior to treating to the commonly recommended target of <140 mm Hg . Background: High blood pressure is a major public health problem because it is highly prevalent, affecting 1 in 3 American adults, and is an important risk factor for h...
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Might lead to better understanding of sleep disorders, heart disease, and more If you feel energized or tired around the same time each day, or routinely get up early or stay up late—the familiar ‘early riser’ or ‘night owl’ syndrome—you are witnessing, in real time, your circadian rhythm at work. That’s the 24-hour internal body clock which contro...
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NHLBI K-12 grants will advance implementation science Every year, the outcomes of many millions of dollars in medical and health care research are, if not lost in translation, at least significantly delayed in getting into your doctor’s office. Some experts propose that discoveries can take as long as 17 years, on average, to enter routine clinical...
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