JAMA | Early Adulthood Blood Pressure Trajectories, Brain Health in Midlife

JAMA Network Open

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News Release

Early adulthood blood pressure trajectories, brain health in midlife

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What The Study Did: Researchers investigated the association of blood pressure trajectories from young adulthood to midlife with brain health, including gray and white matter volume and cerebral blood flow.

Authors: Lenore J. Launer, Ph.D., of the National Institute on Aging in Baltimore, is the corresponding author.

 (doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2022.1175)

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