February 1997 Issue

Heart Disease Handbook - Part 1: Rating Your Risks And Taking Action

(First in a four-part series.) February is American Heart Month, focusing attention on heart disease, the number one killer of Americans. But the news this year is less than heartwarming. It seems that, contrary to previous reports, deaths from heart disease haven't dropped, they have merely been delayed. In other words, efforts to fend off heart disease may gain the average person a couple of years, but may not keep the disease at

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