Study: Hypertension caused by factors in the brain

04/15/2007 | BBC

A British study suggests the brain is the culprit behind high blood pressure, not the heart, kidneys or blood vessels. The scientists say a protein in the brain traps white blood cells, obstructing blood flow, which then can cause inflammation and result in poor oxygen supply to the brain. The researchers said these events can cause hypertension.

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