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 Stephen Vollmer - “The artist puts things on the table when many of us are too timid to do so.”
 Phil Vollmer - “We now have a road map that will guide the museum's board and staff during exploration of funding, timing and architectural options in coming years.”
 William Vollmer - “The key thing is that we now have a number of different strategies we can give you. Let's face it, lifestyle changes are difficult. The more options I can give you, the more likely you would be to do something.”
 William Vollmer - “Typically, people have tended to look at one intervention component at a time weight loss, limiting sodium, physical activity. And we had concerns that trying to get them to do a lot would overwhelm them. It was very encouraging that they were able to make such comprehensive changes, and sustain some part of that long term.”
 William Vollmer - “They don't have to go on medications, which have side effects and a cost.”
 Phil Vollmer - “It's kind of a road map. It focuses on opening up the Art Museum's collection to the community. That's the key element.”
 Phil Vollmer - “The community will continue to be invited to participate in the planning and realization of this transformation of their community's art museum.”
 William Vollmer - “Our previous research showed that making multiple lifestyle changes -- eating a healthier diet and increasing physical activity -- for a short-term period of six months led to significant reductions in blood pressure. Now we know that sustaining these lifestyle changes for the longer period of 18 months also leads to substantial blood pressure reductions. This is very good news, because the longer people can keep their blood pressure down, the better it is for their heart health. The other good news is that this study shows that people can make and sustain these lifestyle changes over a fairly long time period.”
 William Vollmer - “The bottom-line, take-home message is that people were able to maintain healthy lifestyle changes for a period of 18 months, They had significant drops in blood pressure and weight loss.”
 William Vollmer - “These results contain two very good pieces of news for the millions of Americans who have elevated blood pressure. Our previous research showed that making multiple lifestyle changes -- eating a healthier diet and increasing physical activity -- for a short-term period of six months led to significant reductions in blood pressure. Now we know that sustaining these lifestyle changes for the longer period of 18 months also leads to substantial blood pressure reductions. This is very good news because the longer people can keep their blood pressure down, the better it is for their heart health. The other good news is that this study shows that people can make and sustain these lifestyle changes over a fairly long time period.”
 William Vollmer - “This study and many others show that lifestyle changes can have a positive impact on risk profiles, and people will benefit in so many ways.”
 Phil Vollmer - “It was important that we move quickly to establish an interim management structure while we begin our search for a new director. As co-directors, they will carry out the strategic direction and work plan clearly in place.”