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Tooth loss in older women may contribute to hypertension

Researchers have discovered that older women with a full set of their teeth are three times less likely to develop hypertension than those who have lost their teeth. This supports the link between vascular disease and gum infection. However, research is inconclusive as to whether tooth loss causes hypertension or vice versa.

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About: Tooth loss in older women may contribute to hypertension

Date: 31 May 2004

Source: Medical News Today


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