Could a smartphone app improve blood pressure management?

Could a smartphone app improve blood pressure management?
Could a smartphone app improve blood pressure management?

Several smartphone apps have claimed to be effective in helping people manage high blood pressure by providing reminders to take medication.

However, study from University of Toronto revealed that while people who used a smartphone app had a small improvement in self-reported medication adherence, there was no detected change in systolic blood pressure.

Failing to adhere to medication guidelines has been known to be a key problem among people with high blood

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