Better Survival Rate Reported for Heart Attacks

By: CBS
By: CBS

People who suffer heart attacks for the first time have a better chance of surviving than in the past.

That’s according to researchers.

They say it's because the severity of heart attacks is decreasing.

Experts also credit better prevention efforts and better treatment for the improvement.


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