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Results of blood pressure (BP) and urinary electrolyte excretion studies are reported among several groups of adolescent and young adult females, both black and white, who were Initially examined in high school and restudied at home 3-4 years later. Pooling of the data from the sereral cross-cectional studies (n = 662) rerealed a weak but statistically significant positive correlation between systolic blood pressure (SBP) and the urinary sodium (Na) excretion rate. Three of four correlationsdoi:10.1161/01.hyp.2.4_pt_2.i93 fatcat:djxdh6q4c5hwrpe3ytyiuq6p6u