Heart disease: Study suggests the sound of a person’s voice can predict their risk

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Heart disease: Study suggests the sound of a person’s voice can predict their risk

Researchers wrote the risks rose “regardless of age, race, sex, and other cardiovascular risk factors, including obesity, hypertension, diabetes, c

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Researchers wrote the risks rose “regardless of age, race, sex, and other cardiovascular risk factors, including obesity, hypertension, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, and hyperlipidaemia”.

They also added: “They were also evident in people without any cardiovascular disease before exposure to Covid-19, providing evidence that these risks might manifest even in people at low risk of cardiovascular disease.”

Although a link has been established, the reason for the rise in risk not fully known.

Despite this, the results serve as a warning.



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