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Heart Attacks Declined 24 Percent in Kaiser Permanente Northern California Since 2000

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Uploaded on Jun 4, 2010

Heart attacks declined by 24 percent within a large, ethnically diverse, community-based population since 2000, and the relative incidence of serious heart attacks that do permanent damage declined by 62 percent, according to a Kaiser Permanente Division of Research study in the current issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. Alan Go, MD, the head investigator for the study, talks about the findings and shares ways that you can reduce your risk of heart attack. For more, read the study in the Kaiser Permanente News Center, at: www.kp.org/newscenter.

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