Could you catch a heart attack?

Mason, Michael
November 1996
Health (Time Inc. Health);Nov/Dec97, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p90
Provides information concerning heart diseases. Bacterium which causes the well-known sexually transmitted disease; Type of people which commonly suffer heart attack; Bacteria which can double the risk of cardiovascular diseases. INSET: Beyond cholesterol: New predictors..


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