INTERMAP: background, aims, design, methods, and descriptive statistics (nondietary)

@article{Stamler2003INTERMAPBA,
  title={INTERMAP: background, aims, design, methods, and descriptive statistics (nondietary)},
  author={J Stamler and P Elliott and B Dennis and AR Dyer and H Kesteloot and K Liu and H Ueshima and BF Zhou and for the INTERMAP Research Group},
  journal={Journal of Human Hypertension},
  year={2003},
  volume={17},
  pages={591-608}
}
  • J Stamler, P Elliott, +6 authors for the INTERMAP Research Group
  • Published in Journal of Human Hypertension 2003
  • DOI:10.1038/sj.jhh.1001603
Blood pressure (BP) above optimal (⩽120/⩽80 mmHg) is established as a major cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factor. Prevalence of adverse BP is high in most adult populations; until recently research has been sparse on reasons for this. Since the 1980s, epidemiologic studies confirmed that salt, alcohol intake, and body mass relate directly to BP; dietary potassium, inversely. Several other nutrients also probably influence BP. The DASH feeding trials demonstrated that with the multiple… CONTINUE READING
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