An analysis of six studies found that people with high perceived stress had a 27% greater risk of developing coronary heart disease than those with low perceived stress. The review, which involved 118,696 people ages 44 to 73, was published online in the American Journal of Cardiology.
Stress may raise risk of coronary heart disease, review finds
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