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Heart health has improved dramatically, but not equally for all

By Karen Weintraub
Globe Correspondent / May 3, 2010

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Death rates from heart disease in the United States have fallen 66 percent over the last 60 years — a remarkable drop that happened so gradually, many of us aren’t even aware. (Full article: 1136 words)

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