Features September 2014 Issue

Unhealthy Emotions Raise Risks Of Cardiovascular Problems

?The things that improve your heart health ... are also great for helping reduce anxiety.? óLeo Pozuelo, MD

Unhealthy Emotions Raise Risks Of Cardiovascular Problems

Recent studies demonstrate, however, that if you exercise regularly, you can help combat both depression and heart disease.

The link between depression and heart disease is undeniable. But two recent studies underscore the best defense against both those devastating health conditions: exercise.

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