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The researchers who conducted the initial ACE Study looked at patients with ACE scores of 7 or higher who didn’t smoke, didn’t drink to excess, and weren’t overweight. They found that the risk of ischemic heart disease in this population was 360 percent higher than for patients with an ACE score of 0. Higher levels of cortisol and other stress hormones alone can affect health outcomes.