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"Silent killer" targets blacks, whites differently

**Source: cbsnews.com

Jul 11, 2018 5:04 PM - 2 mon, 1 week, 2 day, 7 hour, 7 min ago

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Excerpt: Most African-Americans develop high blood pressure by age 55, study finds

High blood pressure is often called "the silent killer" because it usually has no symptoms. Now new research shows most African-Americans will develop high blood pressure in middle age, putting them at greater risk of heart disease and other serious health problems.

Tracy Johnson was 46 when she was diagnosed. Five years ago, she was at work when she suddenly felt extremely warm.

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