Small weight loss in obese children helps reduce BP

10/18/2010 | HealthDay News

Indiana researchers looked at data on 1,113 children and found that children who lose even a little weight can reduce their blood pressure. The researchers noted that body mass index had little effect on blood pressure for normal-weight children, but had a significant effect for overweight children.

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