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If you’re younger or middle-aged and have a heart attack, your mental health may affect your long-term survival, a new study suggests.

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If you’re younger or middle-aged and have a heart attack, your mental health may affect your long-term survival, a new study suggests. Read onand to ensure your health and the health of others, don’t miss these Sure Signs You Had COVID and Didn’t Know It.
Patients in High Distress Have Greater Risk
Researchers at Emory University looked at 283 heart attack survivors aged 18 to 61 (average age 51). Each answered questionnaires assessing their levels of depression, anxiety, anger, stress, and post-traumatic…

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