The CDC's Health, United States report found non-Hispanic whites were the only demographic group showing a decrease in cardiovascular disease rates from 1999 to 2017. Data showed 11.5% of non-Hispanic white adults had heart disease in 2017, compared with 9.5% of non-Hispanic black adults, 7.4% of Hispanic adults and 6% of non-Hispanic Asian adults.
CDC: Cardiovascular disease decreases for non-Hispanic whites
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