Heart Failure Hospitalization Rates Decline By 30 Percent

While rates are down for some people, incidences increase for others; lifestyle choices can make a difference for all.

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As a raw statistic, it seems like good news to read a headline touting that heart failure (HF) hospitalization rates have fallen by a third. And it is certainly a

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