August 2015

DEPRESSION, STRESS, ANGER RAISE HEART DISEASE RISK IN RA PATIENTS

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients with depression, stress, anxiety and anger are at greater risk of developing heart disease, according to new research. Previous studies have shown that cardiovascular disease is more common among RA patients compared with the general population, although the reasons for this are not yet known. The new analysis, published in Arthritis

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