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Under Pressure - it's more than just a song!

We all know that having high blood pressure can be bad for our hearts but did you know that it can also be bad for your brain? High blood pressure is one of the leading causes of brain aneurysm rupture and it's something that can be controlled through diet and exercise or with medication. If you have high blood pressure getting it under control is important for every aspect of your life and especially important if you have an aneurysm or have a first degree relative with an aneurysm.

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