Dec 12, 2015

Expert examines contribution of aldosterone in obesity-related hypertension

BOSTON — At the Cardiometabolic Health Congress, Colleen M. Majewski, MD, discussed the link between elevated aldosterone and obesity-related hypertension, and how knowledge of this association factors into the management of patients.“We know that there is a link between hypertension and obesity, and there appears to be a link between hypertension [and obesity] and higher levels of

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