By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 22, 2021
Many middle-aged adults with apparently healthy hearts have a “silent” buildup of fatty deposits in their arteries, a large, new study shows.
That was despite the fact that none had any history of heart trouble.
Experts said the high rate of “silent” atherosclerosis was not surprising. Other, smaller studies had suggested as much.
But the new results — from a random sample of the general population in Sweden — confirm the condition is widespread in…
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