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More young women are getting heart attacks — here’s why

On the morning of December 15, 2016, 37-year-old Christine Wayne woke up feeling tired and more rundown than usual. Although she had a cold that week, she thought she should feel better. The Stamford, Connecticut, woman stayed home from work and rested, but decided to keep her dinner plans with a friend even though she didn't feel right.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears
Heart disease is caused by inflammation both in it initial stages and final appearance as a heart attack with the rupture of a soft vulnerable plaque.  The insulin resistance discussed in the article is also caused by inflammation.  Since younger Americans are significantly more inflamed than in the past, you will continue to see these chronic diseases occur at earlier ages.

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