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Drugs could interfere with blood pressure pills
Beeps By www.gobeyondpink.com | Aug 22 2018

According to a new research, people taking blood pressure pills often take other drugs, which interfere with the pills' effectiveness. It stated that 18% of people taking the drugs make blood pressure pills less effective, which may be justified and acceptable to the patients. But it may be significant to switch to alternative treatments or reassess it.

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