More Kids Living with High Blood Pressure

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By Molly Clifton

The number of children with elevated blood pressure rose 27 percent during a thirteen year period.

Researchers attribute the increase to larger waistlines and higher sodium intake.

High blood pressure can lead to stroke, heart disease and kidney failure.

 



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