Stress and Psychosocial Determinants VS Womens Cardiovascular Risk and Disease Development

More women than men die of Cardiovascular disease every year. Multiple studies have demonstrated sex-based differences in the vascular and endothedial responses to mental health. Independent of cardiac factors, accumulating evidence suggests that psychological well-being may improve cardiac-related outcomes. And positive physician – patient engagement is likely to play a critical role in promoting positive […]

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