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Early birth can lead to smaller kidneys, higher blood pressure in adulthood, and also increases the risk of developing heart disease. At least two recent studies have reported this.
Canadian researchers also published two studies recently at a conference examining the aftermath of early childhood. Anne Monique NuytNeonatology Head of Research at the Sainte-Justine University Hospital and Research Center in Montreal, the research leader said: high blood pressure the insulin resistance The researchers looked at forty adults who had an average age of 23.6 years, and one half of the group was born in the koraszьlцtt the felnхttek vesйi testьkhцz were kйpest jelentхsen smaller vйrnyomбsuk is both szisztolйs йs diasztolйs йrtйkeket into vйve - йbrenlйti йs full huszonnйgy уrбs бllapot esetйben egyarбnt - higher volt.Az American Heart Association Hipertуnia Tanбcsбnak year tudomбnyos konferenciбjбn also kiderьlt a mбsik kutatбsbуl to heart disease due to high blood pressure in premature adults can be caused by abnormal functioning of one of the cells involved in the development of the results. endothelial colony cell functioning in those who were born in the twenty-ninth week or before and at the age of thirty, at the age of 37, in the experiment. From the results, the researchers concluded that abnormal functioning of the endothelial colony-forming cell may be more common in premature infants, high systolic blood pressure йs enlargement of the left ventricle of the heart too.