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Sleepless nights can hike teens’ blood pressure

Posted Sep 05, 2008.

WASHINGTON - Poor sleep habits can do more than annoy parents and make teenagers drowsy in school — they can lead to high blood pressure, U.S. researchers reported on Monday.

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