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Cardiovascular Disease

The ABS estimates that around 7% of men have some form of cardiovascular disease and this proportion increases with age.

General trends around cardiovascular disease prevention are observed to adopt a non-gendered approach as the principles of prevnetion and treatment are similar in both genders.

These resources offer insights and information relevant to prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease in males.


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ACAHS: Community Programs To Improve Cardiovascular Health And Cancer Prevention

This report is an evaluation of several programs that aimed to enhance men's approaches to heart disease/cardiovascular disease prevention from 2000 onwards.

 

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