Smoking, low IQ top list of heart disease risk factors

02/10/2010 | Reuters

A British study suggested public health campaigns be designed for people with lower IQs because data show that intelligence is second on a list of things that predict heart disease. The study, in the European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention, ranked the top five heart disease risk factors as cigarette smoking, IQ, low income, high blood pressure and low physical activity.

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