1/25/2011

Swedish researchers found heart disease patients who participated in cognitive behavioral therapy in addition to standard care had 45% fewer heart attacks and 41% fewer deaths and cardiovascular events compared with those who received only standard care. The study in the Archives of Internal Medicine also showed higher attendance rates at the 20 two-hour CBT sessions correlated with further reductions in the risk of heart-related problems.

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