Hypertension is also known as high blood pressure, and it has unfortunately become a very common health condition around the world, but certainly within the United States. Today, it’s estimated that 45% of citizens in the U.S. have been diagnosed with hypertension.
From HealthChampion, this infographic ranks the cities across America that have the highest rates of hypertension. The data found that the city with the highest rate of hypertension was Gary, Indiana, where 52.0% of the residents have been diagnosed with the condition. The only other city in Indiana to make the top 50 was Evansville, which was tied with Newark, New Jersey for the 41st spot. Did your city make this list of the top 50?
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