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Hypertension[checkbox name="variable_1" value="Diet-Low sodium diet, no more than 2400mg of sodium per day.Reduce alchohol intake.Decrase caffine intake. DASH diet:high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fiber, and low-fat dairy products, with reduced saturated fat, total fat, and meat intake. |Exercise-  150 to 300 minutes per week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity (such as brisk walking) or 75 to 150 minutes per week of vigorous intensity aerobic activity (such as jogging) plus muscle-strengthening exercises (resistance training) involving all major muscle groups at least twice per week|Medications-take all medications as direceted by provider. Do not stop taking medications without consulting with provider.If you have run out of refills please contact provider.|"]
RICE[checkbox name="variable_1" value="Rest injured area.Use a cold pack. Or make an ice pack by putting ice cubes in a plastic bag that seals at the top. Wrap the cold pack or ice pack in a thin cloth.Ice for  10 minutes every  3 hours. Don’t ice for more than  20 minutes at a time. Wrap the injured area firmly with an elastic bandage. If your hand or foot tingles, becomes discolored, or feels cold to the touch, the bandage may be too tight. Rewrap it more loosely.Keeping an injury elevated helps reduce swelling, pain, and throbbing. Elevation is most effective when the injury is kept elevated higher than the heart."]
Antibiotics[checkbox name="variable_1" value="Take medications as directed.|Take full course of antibiotics, even if symptoms subside.|Report any signs of allergic reaction to provider."]
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