Student Loan Debt Leading to High Blood Pressure in Young People

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When it comes to high blood pressure, you know the usual suspects; obesity, diet, smoking, etc.  But a new study found another cause - high debt, such as student loan debt. Debt can cause high blood pressure in youg people age 24-32. Carilion Clinic cardiologist Matthew Schumaeker, M.D. recently spoke with WDBJ's Jean Jadhon. 

 

 

 

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