Most people have older 'heart age' than actual age, study reveals

Most people have older 'heart age' than actual age, study reveals
 

An online test which calculates a person's risk of having a heart attack or stroke reveals that almost four in five people over the age of 30 have a heart which is deemed to be older than their chronological age.
This means they are at a higher risk of potentially fatal heart attack or stroke.
The new study, published in the journal BMJ Open, examined data from 575,000 people who used the online tool on the NHS Choices website.
Two-fifths of women under 40 had a heart older than they actually were compared to 87% of men the same age, according to the research, funded by the British Heart... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional West, Views: 35
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