Hypertension-related Changes May Occur Earlier in Young Women with Family History
Released March 6, 2019 - New research suggests that young women with a family history of high blood pressure (hypertension) have decreased baroreflex function, which may increase their risk for hypertension later in life. The article, published ahead of print in the Journal of Neurophysiology (JNP)
, was chosen as an APSselect
article for March.