NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 23, 2014
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(Studio: Nancy Snyderman) The risk of heart disease among younger women examined; details given about the findings from a study at the American College of Cardiology and risk factors for black women. [Patient Keisha HAWES- reacts to having a heart attack at 31.] [American Heart Assn. national spokesperson Dr. Jennifer MIERES- says we have forgotten to spread the message that the disease and the risk factors start in your 20s.] Concerns about rising obesity rates and diabetes noted.
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