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Journal Scan / Research · December 27, 2017

Lifestyle Factors Affect Blood Pressure and Cardiovascular Risk Regardless of Genetic Predisposition



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Genetic Predisposition to High Blood Pressure and Lifestyle Factors: Associations With Midlife Blood Pressure Levels and Cardiovascular Events
Circulation 2017 Dec 18;[EPub Ahead of Print], R Pazoki, A Dehghan, E Evangelou, H Warren, H Gao, M Caulfield, P Elliott, I Tzoulaki

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