A study published in JAMA Network Open that included nearly 5,400 US couples in an employee wellness program found 79% had less than ideal heart risk scores as measured by the American Heart Association's Life's Simple 7 program. Researcher Samia Mora said data showed behavioral changes targeted toward one person may affect their significant other.
Study assesses health risks of couples in wellness program
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