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Why is high blood pressure known as "the silent killer"?

a. It generally shows no symptoms. b. It kills people while they s...

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Why is high blood pressure known as "the silent killer"?

a. It generally shows no symptoms.
b. It kills people while they sleep.
c. It generally increases the risk of heart attacks.
d. It kills by cutting off the airways.

Answer

I would say C. It generally increases the risk of heart attacks

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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