Global High Blood Pressure Epidemic - Segmentation / Memory Practice

Listen to the following extracts who are all taken from a report on the global epidemic of high blood pressure. Click on each link to hear the extract and then decide which of the phrases in the right-hand column best completes what you heard. Just to make life interesting there is one more ending than you actually need.

answer A report by experts at the State University of New York, the London School of Economics, and the Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm says the condition affects one-fourth of humanity and is estimated to kill more than seven million people each year. A.  If nothing is done, the report predicts high blood pressure incidence will increase 60 percent by 2025, afflicting more than one-and-a-half billion people.
answer Although reducing hypertension prevalence would save money from fewer deaths and less disability, Dr. Weber warns that it will not necessary cut health care costs. B. People who would otherwise die from hypertension-induced strokes or heart attacks would live to eventually get the expensive ailments of aging, such as cancer.
answer C. Its morbidity and mortality is underrecognized here and elsewhere.
answer High blood pressure is called the silent killer because a person cannot feel it. D. Yet hypertension can damage blood vessels, causing heart attacks, strokes, dementia and kidney disease.
answer Everyone in the end will have high blood pressure, well over 90 percent us if we live long enough. E. That's because we live in a society where out diet, our mode of activity, and perhaps our genetics determine that, in the end, our arteries will harden and our blood pressures will increase.
      There are two sorts of people as far as hypertension is concerned. F. There are those people who have hypertension and those who are going to get it.