Ore. cardiovascular study may lead to prevention programs

12/12/2012 | Coast River Business Journal (Astoria, Ore.)

Oregon Health Sciences University researchers are studying the heart health of Clatsop County, Ore., women in a long-term project that could lead to community-based disease prevention programs. Clatsop County has the state's third-highest death rate from heart disease, and OHSU assistant professor Janne Boone-Heinonen said the first step is learning how the community could encourage healthy behavior and what steps might help address unhealthy behavior.

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