High resting heart rate could predict future cardiac problems

02/4/2009 | MSNBC

Postmenopausal women with resting heart rates of more than 76 beats per minute were 26% more likely to have a heart attack or die from cardiovascular disease than those with lower rates, a study found. A resting heart rate measurement could be an inexpensive way for physicians to monitor health risks, the researchers said.

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