Medicaid-expanding states had fewer cardiovascular deaths than other states

Cardiovascular disease is more likely to impact low-income people and the uninsured

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HEART HEALTH  Expanding eligibility for Medicaid was associated with fewer cardiovascular deaths, researchers report.

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