Also this week MedZine brings you the latest medical news on various medical specialisms. In this editorial, we want to highlight an interesting discovery about the predictive value of a person’s heart rate. According to Danish researchers, a high heart rate may be an independent risk factor for mortality. In the British Medical Journal, they report that men with higher heart rates were more likely to die, even if these men were physically fit. Continue reading
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