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The Heart Attack Eradication Society Urges Doctors to Adopt Personalized Risk Assessment. Houston, TX (PRWEB) November 12, 2014 Leading preventive cardiologists
Following a healthy lifestyle, including maintaining a healthy weight and diet, exercise, not smoking and moderating alcohol intake, could prevent four out of five coronary events in men, according to a new study publishing Sept. 22 in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
The risk of developing cognitive impairment, especially learning and memory problems, is significantly greater for people with poor cardiovascular health than people with intermediate or ideal cardiovascular health.
A study of 338 patients with coronary artery disease has identified a gene expression profile associated with an elevated risk of cardiovascular death.
Incidental chest computed tomography (CT) findings can help identify individuals at risk for future heart attacks and other cardiovascular events.
Women with type 2 diabetes are far more likely to develop heart disease than their male counterparts, according to new research appearing in the latest edition of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes journal Diabetologia.
Even if treated, hypertension and high cholesterol are increasingly common for people with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
The Joint British Societies' consensus recommendations for the prevention of cardiovascular disease (JBS3), which have been drawn up by 11 UK professional societies and charitable organizations, are based on the latest available scientific evidence.
A report that will be published tomorrow provides strong evidence that the symptoms of depressive disorder are causally associated with the risk of coronary heart disease, and as such should be considered a potentially modifiable risk factor for the occurrence of CHD.
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