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How High Cholesterol And Hypertension Increase Heart Disease Risks In Younger Adults

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Experts say it’s important for younger adults to monitor their blood pressure. Image for illustration purposes
Experts say it’s important for younger adults to monitor their blood pressure. Image for illustration purposes
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  • In a new study, researchers say younger people may be more vulnerable to developing cardiovascular problems than previously believed.
  • They say young adults need to pay more attention to cardiovascular risk indicators such as cholesterol and high blood pressure at an early age.
  • Experts say early lifestyle modifications can reduce the risk of heart problems later in life.

Cardiovascular issues aren’t just a concern for the young at heart.

Follow the link below to read the full story on Medical News Today:

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/how-high-cholesterol-and-hypertension-increase-heart-disease-risks-in-younger-adults

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