Study Seeks to Pin-point Where Heart Disease Runs In Families


We’ve all heard we have faces or bodies that resemble a relative. But inherited characteristics may go even deeper than that. Heart research from the Medical College of Wisconsin indicates genes can influence whether a person has a heart attack, how bad it might be, and where it will occur. Shamane Mills reports…

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