Early Onset of Hot Flashes Associated with Blood Vessel Dysfunction, Could Predict Heart Disease

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Early Onset of Hot Flashes Associated with Blood Vessel Dysfunction, Could Predict Heart Disease
Early Onset of Hot Flashes Associated with Blood Vessel Dysfunction, Could Predict Heart Disease
Women who experience hot flashes early in the course of menopause are more likely to have markers of blood vessel dysfunction, which could indicate a higher risk for the development of heart disease, according to research from the University of Pittsburgh. Findings will be discussed during a news briefing and presentation at the American College of Cardiology's 64th Annual Scientific Session and Expo, March 14 to 16, in San Diego.
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