Young black males may develop hypertension earlier

11/25/2008 | Washington Post, The

Researchers found young black men in the U.S. have stiffer arteries and thicker carotid arteries, indicating they may develop high blood pressure earlier than their white counterparts without any outward symptoms. The researchers say measuring blood pressure in the aorta is a better diagnostic tool for blacks than taking arm readings.

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