The American Heart Association recently published the results of a European study regarding hot weather and blood pressure. The findings: Hot weather may affect a drop in blood pressure during the day and an increase at night. The article states that those with high blood pressure should definitely observe how the climate affects them. A simple way to do this is to take advantage of free blood pressure checks at the Heart Check Center at Arizona Mills Mall, 5000 S. Arizona Mills Circle in Tempe.

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