# Health

What is the difference between low and high blood pressure?

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1. Check this site.

http://www.vaughns-1-pagers.com/medicine/blood-pressure.htm

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Ms. Sue
2. This site looks not bad, but I personally not like this blood pressure chart. It hard to understand, and i using mostly bloodpressuremagazine[dot]com to check my blood pressure readings.

It nice what all in one place, like normal blood pressure and hypertension.

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