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Diabetes, Gender, and Age Create Higher Risk for Developing Cardiovascular Disease

By Robin Wright I was visiting my daughter over the weekend.  She is a nursing student at George Washington University and she lives in the D.C. area.  On her table was a copy of the current issue of the American Journal of Nursing and the article “Recognizing Myocardial Infarction in Women: A Case Study” caught my […]
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