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Epidemiology

High Blood Pressure Linked to Racial Segregation In Neighborhoods

May 22, 2017

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Epidemiology

Despite cross-sectional evidence linking racial residential segregation to hypertension prevalence among non-Hispanic blacks, it remains unclear how changes in exposure to neighborhood segregation may be associated with changes in blood pressure. As a result, a study published on line (15 May 2017) in JAMA Internal Medicine, was performed to examine the association of changes in neighborhood-level racial residential segregation with changes in systolic and diastolic blood pressure over a 25-year period.

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