Coronary Heart Disease among Minnesota Business and Professional Men Followed Fifteen Years.

@article{Keys1963CoronaryHD,
  title={Coronary Heart Disease among Minnesota Business and Professional Men Followed Fifteen Years.},
  author={Ancel Keys and Henry Longstreet Taylor and Henry Blackburn and Josef Tomas Brozek and Joseph T Anderson and Ernst Simonson},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={1963},
  volume={28},
  pages={381-95}
}
T HE high incidence of coronary heart disease in the United States indicates that among any group of currently 4 ' healthy " middle-aged men a significant number of them may be expected to develop the disease within a few years. Comparison of pre-disease characteristics of such men with those of their fellows who do not develop the disease should reveal characteristics associated with different degrees of susceptibility, thereby providing methods to identify coronary-prone persons to whom… CONTINUE READING