Harvard Men's Health Watch

Beta blockers for blood pressure: A second opinion

Beta blockers are one of several classes of drugs that have traditionally been prescribed to treat high blood pressure, but several recent studies are indicating that they may not be as effective at lowering blood pressure as other medications.
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