Here is a piece of research which is unlikely to be acted upon quickly, even though it is rather stating the obvious.
Researchers from the University of California – who swore on oath that they had not been inhaling any unusual substances recently – found that there was a link between low wages and high blood pressure, particularly in women and people aged between 25 and 44.
In a study of over 5,000 households, they found that those on double their wage compared to the start of the three-year study, had a whacking 16% decrease in the risk of hypertension.
That’s the answer then, double everyone’s wages and we will reduce high blood pressure. Or we could all go on the Wacky Backy.