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Most deaths in the United States (U.S.) result from complications of chronic diseases and at the heart of the matter is America’s number one killer: cardiovascular disease (CVD). CVD is culpable for 33% of U.S. deaths, killing more people than all cancers and chronic lower respiratory diseases combined.
Jacobs, J. (2020). Differences Between Older and Younger Adults with Diagnosed Cardiovascular Disease: An Analysis of Fels Study Data. Wright State University. Dayton, Ohio.
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