FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Blood pressure can change with the seasons, but it's not a direct cause. It's more because of how we change with the seasons. We may be more active in the Summer and less active or even lethargic in the Winter. Because of this, we need to change our habits to maintain a healthy blood pressure year round. Jason Meyers talks with Dr. Roy Robertson from the Parkview Heart Institute.
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