November 29, 2022


Psychological well-being corresponds to lower heart disease risk factors according to UofL study. Photo by August de Richelieu via
By Betty Coffman A study at the University of Louisville found that overall psychological well-being corresponds to lower risk factors for heart disease. Researchers in UofL’s Christina Lee Brown Envirome Institute surveyed more than 700 people on a broad spectrum of psychological well-being factors and at the same time, tested the participants’ cardiovascular disease risk factors, including...
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