High blood pressure while pregnant linked to poorer memory years later

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High blood pressure while pregnant linked to poorer memory years later

(HealthDay)—High blood pressure and pre-eclampsia during pregnancy may follow women through the years, causing lower scores on tests of memory and thinking skills, a Dutch study suggests.

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