High blood pressure linked to neighborhood conditions

07/16/2008 | Reuters

A study shows people living in areas with more opportunities for exercise, low crime and better grocery stores had a lower risk of hypertension, regardless of income and education level. The living conditions may help people exercise and eat a healthy diet, as well as relax and reduce daily stress, the researchers said.

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