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Restless Legs Syndrome & CHD Among Women

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American researchers suggest that women who have had physician-diagnosed restless legs syndrome (RLS) for at least 3 years have higher risks of coronary heart disease (CHD). When compared with women without RLS, those with RLS for more than 3 years had a hazard ratio of 1.72 for developing CHD.

Abstract: Circulation, October 2, 2012.

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