Accelerated skeletal maturation may signal hypertension

10/21/2009 | Yahoo!

A study found that children with high blood pressure had bones that were about two years more mature than their chronological age. Researchers said accelerated skeletal maturation may be an early warning sign for hypertension in children.

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