Stress management can lower death risk in heart patients

03/31/2008 | Yahoo!

Patients with coronary artery disease who reduced or kept their stress level steady were up to 60% less likely to have a heart attack or die, compared with patients who experienced an increase in anxiety, a new study found.

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