Margate City, NJ (PRWEB) November 02, 2013
High blood pressure is a pervasive and very serious problem in America. The CDC estimates that as much as one-third of American adults suffer from high blood pressure. Worse still, many of them don't even know it. Only about half of those diagnosed with high-blood pressure are controlling it through lifestyle changes and medication. This leaves far too many at risk for heart attack, stroke, heart disease or kidney disease. MedicationDiscountCard.com finds these numbers unacceptable, and to combat the high number of people forgoing treatment for high-blood-pressure, the site is offering Bystolic coupon cards that can save patients 10-75% on prescription meds for high blood pressure and more.
It is estimated that high blood pressure (HBP) causes or contributes to over 300,000 early deaths in America each year. The CDC also reports that HBP costs billions of dollars annually—not just in medical expenses, but also in lost productivity. High blood pressure is a problem worth fixing.
Beta-blockers are among the most effective and popular treatments for HBP. Bystolic is one such drug. Bystolic coupons and discounts on other prescription medications can go a long way toward addressing health issues that can save us money—and more importantly, lives. These money-saving offers on prescriptions can be found at MedicationDiscountCard.com.
MedicationDiscountCard.com allows patients to print free discount cards for thousands of brand name and generic FDA-approved prescription and over-the-counter drugs. No medical exam is required, and no one is turned away. A prescription discount card may be printed on a home printer for immediate use, or may be sent via postal mail at the patient's request. These medication discount cards may be used immediately in any of thousands of participating pharmacies across the nation, including Cub, Publix, Walgreens, Kmart, Winn-Dixie, Albertsons, Costco, CVS, Rite-Aid, Target, and many more. Cards are also accepted at many local or independent pharmacies. Savings of 10-75% are available for the uninsured and for those with insurance that doesn't cover all needed medications.
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