Preeclampsia in mothers linked with four-fold higher risk of heart attack in decade after childbirth

Women with preeclampsia develop a higher likelihood of heart attack and stroke than their peers within just seven years of delivery, with risks remaining elevated more than 20 years later. The study of more than one million pregnant women is published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.

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