Text messages can help reduce blood pressure

This is an interesting article from the University of Oxford highlighting a recent study conducted in South Africa.  The teams found that interactive text messaging significantly improved patient compliance in taking medicine.

The study, of over 1300 adults with high blood pressure in the Cape Town area, compared text message reminders and interactive text messaging to a control group receiving standard care. The results appear online in the American Heart Association journal Circulation.

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