Study reveals high blood pressure concerns among South Africans
New research reveals that South Africa has a concerning rate of high blood pressure reported among people aged 50 and over.
Analysis of data from a major survey found that 78 per cent of those who took part in South Africa tested positive for high blood pressure, or hypertension. Less than one in 10 people were effectively controlling their condition with medication.
- Read the media release issued by the Communication Office at the University of East Anglia to coincide with the seminar at the HSRC: in PDF format
All presentations from today's seminar at the HSRC are now available on the seminar page: