Cardiovascular risk and use of estrogens or estrogen-progestagen combinations. Stanford three-community study.


Cardiovascular risk factors were assess in 986 women residing in three northern California communities. Women who reported current use of oral contraceptives had higher plasma triglyceride levels and systolic and diastolic blood pressures compared with women not using these agents, after adjusting for age and for the greater relative leannes of oral… (More)


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