Heart Disease: Analytic Epidemiology and Levels of Prevention

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Heart Disease: Analytic Epidemiology and Levels of Prevention
Heart Disease: Natural History of Disease
The natural history of disease tracks the progression of a disease such as heart disease from the first symptom to the causing agent to recovery or to death. The point of discovering the natural history of a disease is to discover the cause of the disease development in the individual. Understanding the cause of a disease helps to generate prevention strategies relating to the disease (“Natural History of a Disease”, n.d.).
The population based epidemiology of heart disease is that is evolves, progresses and results in death simply because the warning signs are ignored. The reality of heart disease is that when ignored it results in...
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