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Author Topic: Researchers Find Eating Out and Hypertension Are Linked  (Read 5744 times)

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Offline iana5252

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Dining away from home isn?t just bad for your waistline; it may also be hard on your heart and your health. Recent research shows that chowing down on restaurant meals is connected with an increased risk of high blood pressure that can lead to stroke, an aneurysm (swelling in the blood vessels or heart chamber) and a possible heart attack.

For the study, researchers surveyed 501 young adult students, ages 18 to 40, at a university in Singapore. Scientists asked the participants questions about blood pressure, body mass index (BMI, or height-to-weight ratio), lifestyle, physical activity, and how often they ate out each week.

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Offline KristenSwan

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Re: Researchers Find Eating Out and Hypertension Are Linked
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2019, 02:28:42 am »
Yes, this is true.


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