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Study suggests ways to prevent cardiovascular disease among women – CGTN

Cardiovascular disease has become the leading cause of death among women.



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With heart-related diseases becoming the leading cause of death among women globally, primarily in populous countries, researchers have suggested a set of actions to deal with the crisis. 
Cardiovascular complications, including heart disease and stroke, account for 35 percent of deaths in women every year. According to data from Global Burden of Disease, there were an estimated 6.1 million deaths from cardiovascular disease in women in 1990, rising to 8.94 million in 2019.
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