The rate of death from heart disease and stroke dropped by 29% from 2001 to 2010, but about 200,000 deaths a year could have been avoided by healthy lifestyle changes, the CDC reported. Rates of preventable cardiovascular death fell faster among people ages 65 to 74 than among those younger than 65.
CDC: 200K cardiovascular deaths in U.S. could be prevented annually
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