Web-based and live counseling programs can effectively reduce incidents of heart disease for patients at high risk for the disease, and Web-based programs are particularly cost-effective, according to research from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

UNC officials say the work adds to a growing body of evidence suggesting that nontraditional approaches to healthcare are becoming ever more important in managing health and disease.

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