One tenth of men at higher risk of heart attack or stroke



More than one million people took part in a survey organised by Public Health England examining the heart health of the nation.
It found that men aged over 50 were at the highest risk of premature death; 10 per cent of the 33,000 surveyed had a heart age 10 years older than their actual age.
The head of cardiovascular disease at PHE, Jamie Waterall, said heart problems should not be neglected until later in life.
He said: "Addressing our risk of heart disease and stroke should not be left until we are older."
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4 September 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 38
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