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Stress, Depression Increase Heart Attack Risk

A report published in the journal Circulation found that the combination of high stress and serious depression increased the risk of heart attacks and even death in patients during an early onset period.

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A report published in the journal Circulation found that the combination of high stress and serious depression increased the risk of heart attacks and even death in patients during an early onset period. (WebMD)

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