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Aging signs predict coronary risk independently of chronological age

Aging signs predict coronary risk independently of chronological age

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Aging signs predict coronary risk independently of chronological age
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LOS ANGELES—Looking older than your chronological age is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease — at least among white Caucasians — according to a study of over ten thousand Danish people from the general population who were first assessed for visible signs of aging in 1976 and followed up ever since. Professor Anne Tybjaerg-Hansen from Copenhagen University gave Sarah Maxwell the details after presenting her research findings at the 2012 American Heart Association meeting in Los Angeles.



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