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FeedNavigator (EU) 08/24/2019 13:53
Walking pace is inversely associated with risk of death and cardiovascular disease: The Physicians’ Health Study.
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Cardiovascular News 08/23/2019 05:24
The device is contraindicated for patients with anatomy that would impair implantation of the device, certain nervous system disorders, uncontrolled and symptomatic slow heart rate, atherosclerosis or ulcerative plaques near the implant location and patients with a known allergy to silicone or titanium.
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The findings support American Heart Association (AHA) advice that owning a dog is beneficial in terms of physical activity, engagement and reduction of cardiovascular disease risk.
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Lancet 08/22/2019 19:13
First, we agree with Anyfanti and colleagues that information on the degree of subclinical carotid atherosclerosis is shared with both the patient and the doctor in a typical clinical setting and can support the doctor's advice and improve adherence.
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NaturalNews.com 08/22/2019 14:51
Eastern and Western medicine versus heart disease For the past few decades, extensive research has established the critical role that inflammation plays in atherosclerosis and the occurrence of acute cardiovascular events.
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Together, these data demonstrate that 2 weeks of S-HDL nanoimmunotherapy had rapid effects on different atherosclerosis-related parameters without measurable toxicity in a large animal model.
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EurekAlert 08/21/2019
By integrating translational imaging techniques with improvements to production methods, Tina Binderup and colleagues have scaled up a promising nanoimmunotherapy for atherosclerosis in mice, rabbits and pigs - surmounting a major obstacle in nanomedicine.
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American Diabetes Journals 08/20/2019 15:00
This is further supported by results from the Atherosclerosis Risk In Communities (ARIC) study, where diabetic retinopathy was associated with an excess risk of developing HF (26.
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Healio News 08/19/2019 13:14
Modifiable risk factors more strongly tied to heart failure in women than men A stronger association exists between incident heart failure and certain modifiable risk factors in women than in men, researchers reported.
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NutritionInsight 08/18/2019 20:00
Some studies have shown that elevated levels of triglycerides (above 200 mg/dL) can lead to atherosclerosis (narrowing of the arteries), which increases the risk of heart attacks and strokes.
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News-Medical.net 08/18/2019 02:35
The device is contraindicated for patients with anatomy that would impair implantation of the device, certain nervous system disorders, uncontrolled and symptomatic slow heart rate, atherosclerosis or ulcerative plaques near the implant location and patients with a known allergy to silicone or titanium.
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Genetic Literacy Project 08/15/2019 07:04
The reason our species finds itself in the ever-constricting clutches of atherosclerosis — the insidious buildup of cholesterol-filled plaques in blood vessels leading to heart attacks and stroke — might be that human evolution inadvertently led us into its labyrinthine lair.
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Cardiovascular Diabetology 08/13/2019 20:00
To examine the effect of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) on metabolic syndrome (MetS) and body composition in cardiac rehabilitation (CR) patients with myocardial infarction (MI).
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