New High Blood Pressure Guidelines; Todd Michney; Two Social Service Agencies Join Forces

Tens of millions of Americans may now be diagnosed with high blood pressure, under new guidelines just released.   Cleveland Clinic's head of cardiovascular medicine explains what this means for all of us.                                                                                                                       
Neighborhoods in Cleveland's metro area are largely black or white an  this didn't happen by chance.  Ideastream launches a week-long reporting series exploring the history and impact of Greater Cleveland's segregated neighborhoods.

We'll hear how the recent merger of two major social service agencies in Cleveland will better serve those in need in our community.


Dr. Steve Nissen, Clevelan Clinic Department of Cardiovascular Medicine Chair

Todd Michney, Author "Surrogate Suburbs: Black Upward Mobility and Neighborhood Change in Cleveland, 1900-1980

Elizabeth Newman, The Centers for Families and Children President and CEO 

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