New Risk Assessment Tool More Accurately Predicts Women's Cardiovascular Risk

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Using data collected from over 24,000 initially healthy American women, researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) have devised a new Web-based formula called the Reynolds Risk Score, that for the first time more accurately predicts risk of heart attack or stroke among women.

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