Vitamin D and Subsequent Systolic Hypertension Among Women
American Journal of Hypertension, 02/22/2011
Griffin FC et al. – Consistent with previous animal and human studies, the authors found a single–time measure of vitamin D among young adult women was associated with systolic hypertension 14 years later. These prospective results suggest the need for further study of the role vitamin D insufficiency in early adulthood as a risk factor in subsequent hypertension among women.