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Preventing Cardiovascular Disease: What is the Economic Benefit?

Cardiovascular disease exerts an economic toll on the country. A recent Canadian study assesses the impact of cardiovascular disease treatment and prevention on healthcare...
gestational diabetes

Does Gestational Diabetes Increase the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease?

A large US study looked at whether women who develop gestational diabetes during pregnancy are at a higher risk of cardiovascular disease later in...
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Spicy Food May Lower Risk for Cardiovascular Disease

Researchers found that both the frequency and the amount of spicy food intake were inversely associated with the LDL-cholesterol to HDL-cholesterol ratio. These results...
Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors

New Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors

Study found that childhood socioeconomic environment may be a cardiovascular disease risk factor in later life. Socioeconomic status (SES) is a strong predictor of cardiovascular...
Dietary Calcium

Dietary Calcium Supplement Reduces the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

A recent article in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has shown that dietary calcium intakes can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease in Korean...
risk factors for cardiovascular disease

Does a Higher Level of Education Reduce the Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease?

There is evidence indicating that socioeconomic status is associated with a lifetime risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) such as coronary heart disease, heart failure,...
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Link Between Dairy Consumption, Cardiovascular Disease, and Mortality

A newly published review article has revealed a neutral association between milk and dairy consumption, cardiovascular disease and mortality.   Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause...
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Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in Patients with Severe Mental Illness

Recent studies have demonstrated that individuals with severe mental illness (schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder) have an increased risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD)....

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