Changing lifestyle habits can lower heart risks, study says

07/1/2014 | United Press International

Adults in their 30s and 40s can reduce their risk of heart disease by making healthy lifestyle changes, Northwestern University researchers reported in the journal Circulation. Researchers said the opposite also held true as adding unhealthy habits or dropping healthy ones had a negative effect on cardiovascular measures.

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