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Study could lead to blood pressure breakthrough

9th July 2007
Researchers at Birmingham University are calling for volunteers to take part in a study, which aims to discover whether high blood pressure can have a negative effect on memory and attention span.  The project, which is being funded by the British Heart Foundation, needs 50 healthy men and women ageed between 30 - 50 to take part,

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Article Information

Title: Study could lead to blood pressure breakthrough
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 3402
Date Added: 9th Jul 2007

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Birmingham Post

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