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Obesity and hypertension are long thought to be related. Correlation between Body Mass Index (BMI) and Hypertension has been consistently observed, but remain poorly understood. It is inferred that BMI is strong indicator of obesity and increased BMI is a prognostic factor for hypertension. One unresolved question is whether there is a correlation present between them or not. Objective: To study correlation between BMI and Hypertension. Research Methods: This hospital based descriptive anddoi:10.5281/zenodo.1283781 fatcat:5gadlgcr3jb6vk7crlg5kjefny