Sociodemographics and hypertension control among young adults

Young adults ages 18-39 have low hypertension control rates compared to young adults. Using electronic health record data, Dr. Heather Johnson et al. evaluated the role of sociodemographic factors in hypertension control among young adults with primary care access and incident hypertension. They found that young men had a 39% lower rate of hypertension control compared to young women, and that people for whom English was not their primary language and unmarried people also had lower control rates.

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