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Editorial: Feel good about America's drop in heart disease deaths? Better brace for the gripper.

If you're one of the evidently healthy people who has decided that 50 is the new 40, here's a dose of sobering news. The big decline in deaths due to heart disease that the U.S. has enjoyed over much of the past century has slowed to a crawl. And for one age group -

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