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Divorce, low socioeconomic status linked to higher risk of second heart attack or stroke

New European research has found that those who survive a heart attack may be at a higher risk of a second one if they are divorced or have a low socioeconomic status. Carried out by researchers from Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden, the large-scale study looked at 29,226 participants aged 40 to 76 one year after surviving their first heart attack. The team recorded the marital status (married, unmarried, divorced, widowed), socioeconomic status (measured by disposable income) and and educational

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