Source: BBC News, 12 March 2009
Date of Publication: March, 2009
Publication Type: News item
In a nutshell: A report from the Framingham Heart Study, which found that even people with apparently slim waists were at increased risk of heart problems if they had larger necks. Results were presented to a meeting of the American Heart Association.
Length of Publication: 1 page
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