The association between self-perceptions of aging and antihypertensive medication adherence in older Chinese adults.

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BACKGROUND Approximately one billion adults worldwide are hypertensive and most aged 60 or above. Poor adherence with medication treatment is still one of the main causes of failure in achieving blood pressure control. Compared to younger individuals, aging perception may be the main factor influencing elders receiving preventive care. Some studies have… (More)

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