Study: More Divorces, More Heart Troubles

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Study: More Divorces, More Heart Troubles
Study: More Divorces, More Heart Troubles
Multiple divorces rack up the myocardial infarction (MI) risk, and remarriage doesn't always reverse the situation, a prospective study showed. "Age-specific rates of acute MI were consistently higher in those who were divorced compared with those who were continuously married (P<0.05)," Matthew E. For men, the multivariate-adjusted risk was only significant with two or more divorces (hazard ratio 1.30 versus none, 95% CI 1.02-1.66).
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