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Lower weight babies and babies who aren't breastfed or not breastfed for long are at greater risk of developing chronic inflammation and related health problems later in life.
Individuals born at lower birth weights as well as those breastfed less than three months or not at all are more likely as young adults to have higher levels of chronic inflammation that contributes to cardiovascular disease.
Researchers at the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Murray, Utah, have discovered that elevated levels of two recently identified proteins in the body are inflammatory markers and indicators of the presence of cardiovascular disease.
According to a study with nearly 200 participants, people with intermittent explosive disorder (IED) possess elevated amounts of two markers of systemic inflammation in their blood.
People who experience parental divorce during childhood have higher levels of an inflammatory marker in the blood which is known to predict future health.
New research indicates that women’s reproductive function may be tied to their immune status.
Infections, as the news has shown time and again, can be deadly.
Dwelling on negative events can increase levels of inflammation in the body.
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