By Mary Chris Jaklevic
Kaiser Health News
Dozens of not-for-profit organizations have formed in the past decade to promote free or low-cost heart screenings for teens.
These groups often claim such tests save lives by finding abnormalities that might pose a risk of sudden cardiac death.
But the efforts are raising concerns. There’s no evidence that screening adolescents with electrocardiograms (ECG) prevents deaths. [Read more…] about Popular charity heart screenings for teens may cause more problems than they solve