SPOTLIGHT: High blood pressure, jail time linked

According to a report by the Boston Globe, people who have spent time in prison are more likely to develop high blood pressure as a young adult than those who have not been incarcerated. "There's something specific about having been incarcerated," said Dr. Emily Wang of the Yale University School of Medicine and the lead author of the study. Article

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