Mothers of premature babies 'are more than TWICE as likely to develop high blood pressure'

A study, of more than 2million women in Sweden, found mothers of premature babies had a greater risk of high blood pressure, a key factor in heart disease, within 10 years after birth.
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The findings are alarming, especially for younger adults, because it takes time to see the negative health impact to the brain caused by elevated blood pressure.
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David BoazThe Cato Institute offers lots of greatChristmas gifts— Pocket Constitutions (also a good gift forBill of Rights Day!), books, even Cato ‐​brandedLands ’ End merchandise. But I  have my own holiday recommendations that I’ve made before.I decided one year to give a  young colleague a post‐​graduate course in political science and economics —P. J. O ’Rourke’s booksParliament of Whores andEat the Rich. So I  went to my local Barnes& Noble to search for them. Not in Current Affairs. Not in Economics. No separate section called Politics. I&n...
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Swedish seeks to eliminate nearly 9,000 tons of carbon dioxide annually at its flagship campus. That equals removing around 1,800 cars from the road each year.
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