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Help out your heart, and take it easy

Science finds more links between stress and heart disease

3:49 PM, Feb. 7, 2013
Connie Geiger of Rib Mountain participates in a yoga class at Sport & Spine Physical Therapy at the Bone & Joint Clinic in Rib Mountain on Wednesday.
Connie Geiger of Rib Mountain participates in a yoga class at Sport & Spine Physical Therapy at the Bone & Joint Clinic in Rib Mountain on Wednesday.
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You've got deadlines to complete at work, children to pick up at day care and you don't even want to think about the clutter around your house. Oh, and your in-laws are coming for an overnight visit next weekend.

You're worried and harried, and you know that it might make you short-tempered, affect your sleep or eating habits. But long-term stress also can lead to more serious health issues, such as high blood pressure and the degradation of arteries, say an increasing number of doctors and medical studies.

"I think stress is a big player in (heart disease), largely unrecognized," said Dr. ...

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