Knoxville (WVLT) - When it comes to heart disease, patients fare better when they fix both their blood pressure and cholesterol.
A new study found people who achieve normal blood pressure and very low cholesterol levels with aggressive drug therapy do better than those who only treated one of those areas.
Researchers say the findings highlight the importance of treating all risk factors for heart disease.
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