Exercising teens have healthy blood pressure

LOS ANGELES Researchers at McGill University in Montreal found weight and exercise habits independently affected the blood pressure of the Canadian teens they studied.

The study found that for each session of exercise skipped over time, the teens saw a small increase in their blood pressure.

Gains in body fat were also linked to blood pressure increases, but excess weight did not fully account for the relationship between exercise and blood pressure changes.

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