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About Video [Posted: Monday 4/16/2018] by Dr. Sam Robbins] - Did you know that heart disease is the #1 killer in the world1, killing more people each year than all the other forms of death, COMBINED! Did you also know that high blood pressure is a primary cause of a heart attack or stroke?2

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