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High blood pressure can worsen other lifetime conditions such as high cholesterol, diabetes and kidney disease.
The U.S. government has decreased its recommended level of fluoride in drinking water for the first time in a half-century.
While health officials say that nine out of ten kids eat too much salt, a new study finds that this has no effect on teenage girls' blood pressure.