Psychological distress is an important, easy-to-measure indicator of cardiovascular risk

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Screening for psychological distress can be an effective way to assess a patient’s risk for cardiovascular disease, a new study shows. What’s more, the researchers note, the screening process can be easy—even for health care providers without significant psychology training—and efficient.

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