Higher Heart Disease Risk Persists for Low-Income Populations

When it comes to reducing heart disease, the U.S. health care system seems to have missed the target with low-income individuals, who are more likely to be diagnosed with cardiovascular disease than high-income Americans, according to Modern Healthcare. When other factors such as smoking status were included, the research found that low-income individuals were also more likely to smoke and to have both high blood pressure and diabetes. If ever there were a case for stressing the need for...

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