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Hypertension in young adults ups stroke, kidney damage later in life

by Newsroom Staff May 22, 2017
cardiac arrest New York, May 22: A study has found that people aged between 18 to 49, with high systolic blood pressure over 140, are at greater risk of stroke, damage of kidneys and brain. The condition, called isolated systolic hypertension (ISH), occurs in people 18 to 49 who exhibit systolic blood pressure of 140 or higher ..+ Read On

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