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Kaiser Study Shows Reduction in Fatal and Non-Fatal Heart Attacks with Preventive Care
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In what is the biggest study of its kind, Kaiser Permanente researchers say their ability to reduce and control enrollees’ cardiovascular risk factors such as cholesterol levels and blood pressure has led to a decrease in the worst kind of heart attack, called an ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction or STEMI, among Northern California enrollees over a 10-year period.