Teens born from assisted pregnancies may have higher blood pressure

Reproductive technologies such as in vitro fertilization may put kids at risk of hypertension

IVF procedures

AN ASSIST  Lab-conducted in vitro fertilization procedures, as well as other assisted reproductive technologies, may increase the risk of hypertension in teens conceived with such help.


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