Young Adults Less Likely to be Prescribed Blood Pressure Meds Even with Access to Care


In a study by a research team at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in the United States led by Heather Johnson, young adults are less likely to be prescribed blood pressure medication even with access to care.

Studies show that one in every 10 Americans between the ages of 18 and 39 years old suffers from hypertension and are at risk for future cardiovascular diseases. The study, Antihypertensive Medication Initiation Among Young Adults with Regular Primary Care Use, appears in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.

Read the Entire Article

Young at 24, Juan David Aristizabal Ospina is a social entrepreneur who founded Buena Nota, a platform that accentuates social entrepreneurs and citizens in Colombia making  positive changes and raising awareness about social problems that need to be addressed.

Jobs in the Social Sector

  Social Services Jobs
  Social Work Jobs
  Executive Director Jobs
  Social Services Employment
  Human Services Jobs