Study: Young women less likely to heed heart risk advice

09/19/2007 | Reuters

A new study shows young women with a family history of heart disease pay less attention to their risk for heart complications than men do. The study also found the women were more likely to have other risk factors for heart disease, such as obesity, smoking and high blood pressure, than women with no family history of early heart disease.

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