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Jul 03

Incorporating physical fitness into a simple risk–prediction tool can help hone cardiovascular disease risk prediction over the longer term,

Incorporating physical fitness into a simple risk–prediction tool can help hone cardiovascular disease risk prediction over the longer term, suggest researchers from University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas. The tool developed by the researchers, available online (the Lifetime Risk Calculator), is sex–specific and can help improve the ability to predict cardiovascular risk long-term, while taking into account the competing risk of other causes of death.

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