Researchers have determined that the decline of age-adjusted mortality due to heart disease is slowing, which may mean that the American Heart Association’s strategic goal of a 20% reduction by 2020 is becoming more unlikely.
According to a study published in JAMA, while age-adjusted mortality rates (AAMR) due to heart disease, stroke and diabetes have been on the decline, as seen in AAMR data from 1999 to 2017, mortality associated with hypertension has increased in most sex and race groups, with the exception of black women, for whom it remained unchanged.
In 1999, the total number of
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