With No Insurance, People Stop Taking BP Medicine

In 2019, researchers showed in a clinic-based study of 199 people with health insurance – and high blood pressure – that they were more than twice as likely to have that blood pressure well under control. It didn’t matter what color their skin was or what other illnesses they had. In 2016, researchers looked at 123,257 patients countrywide with self-reported hypertension; 62% had enough insurance. The others, either underinsured or not insured, were more likely to report not using blood…

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