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Do You Have High Blood Pressure and Not Know It?

Millions of Americans experience high blood pressure (hypertension) every year — and surprisingly, many don’t even know they have the condition. Because high blood pressure raises your risk for heart attack or stroke, not knowing your blood pressure is elevated can put your life at risk. If you don’t know your numbers, it’s important you talk with your primary care doctor about your blood pressure at your next appointment. A better understanding of your numbers and potential risk for hypertension can help Disney Cast Members and Employees chart a plan for healthy living and reduce risk for heart disease.

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Do You Have High Blood Pressure and Not Know It?

Millions of Americans experience high blood pressure (hypertension) every year — and surprisingly, many don’t even know they have the condition. Because high blood pressure...

5 Things Your Primary Care Provider Can Treat

Your primary care provider (PCP) is your go-to for annual physicals and sick visits — but they can also provide comprehensive care well beyond annual...

Mental Health in Black Communities

The stigma that still surrounds mental health conditions prevents many individuals from seeking help when they need it most. When one is part of a...

5 Simple Health Goals To Help You Feel Whole Next Year

The new year always brings a new opportunity for change, and these past two years more than possibly ever before, many Disney Cast Members and...

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