Study shows greater hypertension risk among U.S. children

07/15/2013 | HealthDay News

A recent study revealed that the risk for high blood pressure in U.S. children ages 8 to 17 increased 27% over a 13-year period. Researchers also found children with bigger waist sizes were twice as likely as their slimmer counterparts to have hypertension, while black children had a 28% greater risk of high blood pressure, compared with whites. Children who had the highest salt consumption also were 36% more likely than those who had the lowest intake to have hypertension, researchers said.

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