Researchers find an increased need for early intervention strategies to better educate people about the risks of heart disease after a study found a... Emory study shows increased heart risk for young Black women

Researchers find an increased need for early intervention strategies to better educate people about the risks of heart disease after a study found a high prevalence of elevated blood pressure and obesity in young Black women. Doctors say the finding is further evidence of the effect of social determinants of health in minority communities, which have already been disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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