Association between prenatal lead exposure and blood pressure in children

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Lead exposure in adults is associated with hypertension. Altered prenatal nutrition is associated with subsequent risks of adult hypertension, but little is known about whether prenatal exposure to toxicants, such as lead, may also confer such risks.

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Zhang, A., Hu, H., Sánchez, B. N., Ettinger, A. S., Park, S. K., Cantonwine, D., … Tellez-Rojo, M. M. (2012). Association between prenatal lead exposure and blood pressure in children. Environmental Health Perspectives, 120(3), 445–450. https://doi.org/10.1289/ehp.1103736

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