whether to treat patients with "white-coat hypertension"

There's renewed debate about whether to treat patients with "white-coat hypertension."

About 25% of patients whose blood pressure is 140/90 or higher in the doctor's office have normal blood pressure at home (<135/85).

Some experts think this "white-coat hypertension" is just a sign of nervousness...and doesn't need to be treated.

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