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Even slightly elevated blood pressure (BP) in early adulthood was a clinically meaningful risk factor for heart attack, stroke, and other cardiovascular events later in life, according to two research groups.
The results of the studies, both published in JAMA, suggest that following new and controversial hypertension guidelines may help identify young adults at increased risk for cardiovascular disease.
A low-sodium diet has a shaky foundation in heart failure, a systematic review showed.
Out of more than 2,600 studies on sodium restriction in heart failure, only nine small trials with a total sample of 479 -- none of which were free from bias -- made it into an analysis by a group led by Kamal Mahtani, PhD, of the University of Oxford, England.
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