A study has established an association between detection of hypertension and death rates from coronary heart disease. The University of Leicester study has also revealed that the country you live in could affect your risk of dying from a heart attack.
Levene said the new study was important since it shows a practical way to reduce deaths from heart attack that can be implemented now at a relatively lower cost. It also suggested that medical practitioners and policy makers need to make better contact with the whole population, rather than just those individuals whose diseases are known about. Their findings were published in the JAMA. ANI
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