Source: Circulation, 2013, 127 (6), pp. 668-669
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Date of publication: February 2013
Publication type: Editorial
In a nutshell: This study found that hypertension during pregnancy, even without known risk factors, is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease later in life. The authors suggest that clinical monitoring and early intervention could be beneficial.
Length of publication: 2 pages
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