The study involved 264 people with high blood pressure and an average age of 58.
The subjects’ average blood pressure began at around 140/90 mmHg, meaning they had what is clinically known as stage 1 hypertension.
Most were already taking at least one drug to cut their blood pressure.
Patients enrolled through the website of the Heart and Stroke Association of Canada and were randomly assigned to either an e-counseling group or a control group.
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