Adam Hege

Adverse Childhood Experiences and Cardiovascular Disease Risks: Implications for North Carolina and the Need for an Upstream Approach

  • General Medicine

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) have a negative impact on people across the lifespan, including poorer health outcomes. Data have indicated that 60% of North Carolina adults have experienced at least one ACE, while concurrently heart disease is the leading cause of death. There is a need to study the linkages between the two, and researchers and leaders should take an upstream approach to doing so.

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