Top in cardiology: Caregiver support linked to better CV health; rate in CV deaths slows

A study recently showed that adults who experienced abuse or neglect from caretakers were less likely to have ideal cardiovascular health.
Researchers analyzed data from the CARDIA study, which included CV health evaluations up to 20 years after enrollment. The longitudinal study determined that for each unit increase in Risky Family Environment score, the odds of achieving high CV health decreased by 3.6%.
“Our study results offer cutting-edge insight into how policies, practices and programming that support healthy, supportive and consistent caregiver and child relationships, and

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