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Health - HEALTH NEWS - Starting Period Early 'Linked To Higher Heart Disease Risk In Later Life'

 


16/01/2018 @ 10:01 PM
by Huffingtonpost

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Women who started their period before the age of 12 may have a heightened risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke in later life, a study has found.

Experiencing an early menopause, pregnancy complications and having a hysterectomy were also linked to an increased risk of the disease, the research published in the journal Heart revealed. Responding to the study’s findings, a senior cardiac nurse at the British Heart Foundation, said further research is needed to understand why this link exists.

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