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Title/subtitleAuthors/ source/ publisherDate added to libraryYear published
Young adults are not diagnosed as quickly as those over 40Eleanor McDermid – Medwire News21 October 20132013
Pregnant women are more likely to develop high blood pressure if they live in an area with high air pollutionXiaohui Xu, Hui Hu, Sandie Ha, Jeffrey Roth15 October 20132013
Health system strengthening and hypertension awaren ess, treatment and control: data from the China Health a nd Retirement Longitudinal Study Xing Lin Feng, Mingfan Pang & John Beard - World Health Organisation15 October 20132013
Physical activity during free time could help blood pressure British Heart Foundation01 October 20132013
Diet can help those living with hypertensionScott L. Hummel, E. Mitchell Seymour, Robert D. Brook, Samar S. Sheth, Erina Ghosh, Simeng Zhu, Alan B. Weder, Sándor J. Kovács and Theodore J. Kolias26 September 20132013
Hypertension accurately predicted in young adults through modelApril P. Carson, Cora E. Lewis, David R. Jacobs Jr, Carmen A. Peralta, Lyn M. Steffen, Julie K. Bower, Sharina D. Person, Paul Muntner26 September 20132013
Women who are obese and pregnant have significantly higher risk of complications and post-pregnancy issuesFC Denison, P Norwood, S Bhattacharya, A Duffy, T Mahmood, C Morris, EA Raja, JE Norman, AJ Lee, G Scotland20 September 20132013
A lower sodium intake is good but higher chloride could also help prevent cardiovascular disease, salt thou art a fickle seasoningLinsay McCallum, Panniyammakal Jeemon, Claire E. Hastie, Rajan K. Patel, Catherine Williamson, Adyani Md Redzuan, Jesse Dawson, William Sloan, Scott Muir, David Morrison, Gordon T. McInnes, Ellen Marie Freel, Matthew Walters, Anna F. Dominiczak, Naveed Sattar, Sandosh Padmanabhan10 September 20132013
Easing the pressure: tackling hypertensionFaculty of Public Health; National Heart Forum04 September 20132013
Health risk factors and the incidence of hypertension: 4-year prospective findings from a national cohort of 60 569 Thai Open University students BMJ Open; 3 (6); 18 July 20132013