‘Cardiovascular revolution’ has increased life expectancy in Spain

Life expectancy for Spaniards has increased by 40 years. Credit: SINC Over the last century, life expectancy for Spaniards has increased by 40 years. A study by the International University of La Rioja highlights the main cause, since 1980, as being the reduced incidence of cardiovascular diseases while other pathologies, such as mental illnesses and certain types of cancer, have been seen to rise. The authors predict that the effects of the economic recession on mortality will show up in the long-term.
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