Dr. LeWinter explains which women are at greatest risk for developing high blood pressure.
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It’s not terribly different than men. It's people who are overweight. That’s probably the single most important factor is obesity, and especially central obesity, which again goes, that’s another factor that typically goes hand-in-hand with insulin resistance. So it’s not, this is not terribly different than men.
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