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Pregnancy, anxiety, sleep issues, physiology among women’s unique cardiovascular concerns

Women face many female-specific risks for heart disease and stroke, according to multiple research studies published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association.Pregnancy, physical and emotional stress, sleep patterns and numerous physiological aspects are among the many unique factors found to contribute to increased cardiovascular risks for women.

Women confront many female-specific risks for heart disease and stroke, according to multiple research studies published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association.Pregnancy, physical and psychological anxiety, sleep patterns along with numerous physiological aspects are among the many unique factors found to contribute to increased cardiovascular risks for women.
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