Health Rewind: Is There a Link Between Single Moms and High Blood Pressure?

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Link Between Being Raised in a Two-Parent Home and Hypertension 

new study states that being raised by a single mom can increase your risk for hypertension. Researchers found that Black men who grew up in a two-parent home were 46 percent less likely to have high blood pressure compared to children who grew up with a single mother. It’s believed that poverty from a one-parent income is mostly to blame for their findings. — Kellee Terrell

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