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Blood Pressure Changes Before Middle Age May Affect the Risk for Developing Heart Disease

The JAMA Report

When doctors measure blood pressure they do not usually consider how changes over long periods of time might affect a person’s health. A new study examined whether blood pressure changes between early adulthood and middle age are associated with risk for developing heart disease. Catherine Dolf explains in this week’s JAMA Report.