High blood pressure is ‘the silent killer’ that you can control
It’s called “the silent killer.”
One in three of us are at risk of being its victim.
Approximately 76 million people have hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, said Dr. Nancy Mathea Grayson, the senior regional director of health equity for the American Heart Association (AHA).
“It’s called the silent killer because you don’t feel differently,” said Nellie Kelly, the AHA’s director of communications.