Malnourished children may be more prone to high BP later

06/30/2014 | HealthDay News

Children who were malnourished were more likely than nourished children to have high blood pressure as adults, according to a Jamaican study in the journal Hypertension. Malnourished children also had increased diastolic blood pressure and greater resistance to blood flow in smaller blood vessels.

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