The latest government statistics, released last week, show that from 2001-2016, the rate of cardiac events (heart attacks or unstable angina) fell by more than half among Australian women. That’s largely because of greater education about risk factors for heart disease (smoking rates continue to fall), and medical advances in prevention and treatment. One thing that ...
For women’s sake, let’s screen for depression as part of the new heart health checks
By Adrienne O'Neil, Director, Heart and Mind Research, Deakin University
26 Jun 2019