May 2011
Modern Healthcare;5/30/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 22, p36
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This section offers various news briefs. One study published in the "Journal of Family Psychology" revealed how equal housework division between husbands and wives improved the stress levels of women. Egyptian princess Ahmose-Meryet-Amon is considered as the oldest person who suffered heart disease. Huguette Clark, a copper fortune heiress who lived two decades of her life in area hospitals, died at Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan, New York City.


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