Study: High blood pressure in women linked to diabetes

10/11/2007 | Forbes

Women with high blood pressure are more than three times as likely as their counterparts with optimal blood pressure to develop Type 2 diabetes, researchers said. The study found 9.4% of women reporting hypertension had developed diabetes after 10 years compared to 2.9% with normal blood pressure and 1.4% with optimal blood pressure.

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