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Stress of violent crime spikes BP rates, even in safe neighborhoods

15:04 EST 8 Nov 2018 | Cardiovascular Business

Thumbnail Climbing rates of violent crime could trigger blood pressure (BP) spikes within nearby communities—particularly among individuals living in what are considered “safe” neighborhoods—according to a study of 50,000 adults living in Chicago.

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