Screening Children for Heart Disease Risk Helps To Identify Parents at Risk

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Screening children for risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease can help identify parents at risk for the condition, providing an opportunity for medical intervention in both children and their parents, according to research at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.

Researchers studied a community-based sample of 94 families

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