Stressed out teens face CHD risk in later life

Overly stressed and anxious adolescents have an increased risk of coronary heart disease later in life, regardless of how much exercise they do.

This is the finding from a study published in the journal Heart that shows the benefits of exercise when young could be undermined in people with poor ability to cope with stress.

The researchers from Sweden and the UK say this is the first study to show the role of stress

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