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California leads the country in deaths from heart disease, losing more than 65,000 people to the condition in 2021, surpassing cancer and a host of other major health problems as the leading cause of death. High blood pressure (also known as hypertension), which can lead to heart disease, is also a leading chronic condition in California.

Dr. Laura Clapper, Medical Director for CCA Health California, shares tips for reducing your risk of heart disease and talks about how the healthcare community can work together to make a difference in reducing people’s risks.

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