High blood pressure affecting more young adults
U.S. — A new study shows one in five young adults from ages 24 to 32 have high blood pressure. It can lead to heart disease--the number one cause of death in America.
The study also finds that more than half of those young adults with high blood pressure didn't know they had it, because many people that age don't see a doctor regularly.
Doctors say the number one cause of high blood pressure is obesity.
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