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One in Three … Really?

By CHI Health February 09, 2010 Posted in: Heart Health

One in every three Americans will get heart disease during their lifetime. One in three.

It will affect your friends, family and co-workers. One in three.

Look at the person to your right. Look at the person to your left. Now, remember: ONE IN THREE.

Staggering, isn’t it?

CHI Health
CHI Health

These blogs were written by various members of the CHI Health care teams.

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