Published in Women's Health Weekly, February 17th, 2005
"We believe because studies are performed on people late in life when many may or may not have unrecognized dementia, many may have lower blood pressure than when they were younger," said Diana B. Petitti, MD, MPH, senior scientific sdvisor, Kaiser Permanente, Southern California Department of Research and Evaluation. "This leads us to believe that valid conclusions can only be drawn from...
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