EPIDEMIOLOGY OF DIETARY CALCIUM AND BLOOD PRESSURE.

Cynthia Morris, David A. McCarron

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Abstract

Within the past five years, a substantial body of data drawn from epidemiologic investigations suggest a reproducible association between dietary calcium consumption and the prevalence of hypertension in the U. S. population. In light of recent reports that increasing dietary calcium reduces blood pressure in mild hypertension, these reported reductions in dietary calcium intake take on added significance. Future investigations are needed to define the relationship between lower intake of dietary calcium and metabolic abnormalities associated with hypertension.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationNational Meeting - American Chemical Society, Division of Environmental Chemistry
PublisherACS
Pages183-186
Number of pages4
Volume26
Edition2
StatePublished - 1986

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Epidemiology
Blood pressure
Calcium
Association reactions

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Morris, C., & McCarron, D. A. (1986). EPIDEMIOLOGY OF DIETARY CALCIUM AND BLOOD PRESSURE. In National Meeting - American Chemical Society, Division of Environmental Chemistry (2 ed., Vol. 26, pp. 183-186). ACS.

EPIDEMIOLOGY OF DIETARY CALCIUM AND BLOOD PRESSURE. / Morris, Cynthia; McCarron, David A.

National Meeting - American Chemical Society, Division of Environmental Chemistry. Vol. 26 2. ed. ACS, 1986. p. 183-186.

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Morris, C & McCarron, DA 1986, EPIDEMIOLOGY OF DIETARY CALCIUM AND BLOOD PRESSURE. in National Meeting - American Chemical Society, Division of Environmental Chemistry. 2 edn, vol. 26, ACS, pp. 183-186.
Morris C, McCarron DA. EPIDEMIOLOGY OF DIETARY CALCIUM AND BLOOD PRESSURE. In National Meeting - American Chemical Society, Division of Environmental Chemistry. 2 ed. Vol. 26. ACS. 1986. p. 183-186
Morris, Cynthia ; McCarron, David A. / EPIDEMIOLOGY OF DIETARY CALCIUM AND BLOOD PRESSURE. National Meeting - American Chemical Society, Division of Environmental Chemistry. Vol. 26 2. ed. ACS, 1986. pp. 183-186
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