App helps compliance, but not blood pressure

An elderly man measures blood pressure and pulse by mobile phone
More consumers are turning to health care apps to try and manage conditions like hypertension – but how effective are they? A new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine looked at the efficacy of blood pressure apps – and found that using an app didn’t change a patient’s systolic blood pressure. However they did find

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