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Welcome to the Check. Change. Control. Leadership Community, where our mission is to help 13.4 million more Americans take control of their high blood pressure by 2020.

We've brought together leaders across the healthcare, pharmaceutical, device, retail, and technology industries, along with key players in community health, to work together to propose solutions to one of our nation's most threatening health emergencies.

By participating in this community with your ideas, expertise, and commitment to helping more Americans control their blood pressure, you are helping the American Heart Association, the American Stroke Association and all of our partners take an important step closer to success.

 

Latest News

High blood pressure is a large and growing problem in the US. A new study that followed 1.5 million teens through to adulthood investigates the role of early psychological parameters on the likelihood of developing hypertension.  Posted by Medical News Today on February 2, 2016.   more...
Posted by Amy Ciarochi on Leaders Blog Feb 5, 2016 3:17 PM CST
This February, we’re all going red, including @Macys. Macy’s will donate 100% of proceeds to #GoRedForWomen from every Red Dress pin purchased for $3 in stores 2/3 – 2/8. #GoRedWearRed more...
Posted by Amy Ciarochi on Leaders Blog Feb 3, 2016 11:37 AM CST
TOP Scots chef and healthy eating campaigner Nick Nairn has revealed that he has failed to follow his own advice on healthy eating.  Posted by  Deadline News (Edinburgh, Scotland) on January 31, 2016.   more...
Posted by Amy Ciarochi on Leaders Blog Feb 3, 2016 10:26 AM CST
Previous research has suggested that controlling blood pressure may help lower the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Now, in the search for effective therapies for the memory-stealing disease, scientists have shown evidence in the lab that an approved drug for high blood pressure may be able to reduce cell damage often linked to Alzheimer’s.  Posted by Forbes on January 31, 2016.   more...
Posted by Amy Ciarochi on Leaders Blog Feb 3, 2016 10:07 AM CST
Women who develop prehypertension late in pregnancy may be more likely to give birth to underweight or stillborn babies than women whose blood pressure remains normal.  Posted by AHA News on February 1, 2016.    more...
Posted by Amy Ciarochi on Leaders Blog Feb 2, 2016 9:14 AM CST
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Interested in the latest news and tools for controlling high blood pressure? The Check. Change. Control. Leadership Community shares the latest findings to help more Americans achieve blood pressure control.