Reaction to mental stress best indicator of future heart problems: Study

June 1996
Jet;06/24/96, Vol. 90 Issue 6, p16
Cites a study that has revealed that people's reaction with mental stress may be a more effective for predicting heart problems physical testing. Comments by researcher James A. Blumenthal; Description of a cardiac event.


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