Vivien Lawrence explains to Ken Giddings what all the numbers mean after he has his blood pressure read at the Les Passmore Centre.

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Vivian Lawrence explains to Ken Giddens what all the numbers mean after he has his blood pressure read at the Les Passmore Centre.

Vivien Lawrence explains to Ken Giddings what all the numbers mean after he has his blood pressure read at the Les Passmore Centre.

Take the Pressure Down, although finished for the year, will start again in January as it gears up for heart month in February. The program will be giving free blood pressure tests around the city.

To check when they will be near you, check takethepressuredown.ca.

sharon@vicnews.com

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