Research Roundup

April 2010 Issue

Research Roundup: April 2010

Heart disease predicted to cost $503 billion in 2010. An American Heart Association study found that cardiovascular disease and stroke will cost the U.S. about $503.2 billion in 2010, an increase of nearly 6 percent since 2009, which includes health care costs and lost productivity due to death and disease. Obesity, little exercise and poor diet are behind the anticipated increase.

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