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FeedNavigator (EU) 05/27/2020 07:11
AD and CVD are frequently associated. Further studies are needed in order to understand the effect of CVD and its risk factors on AD in order to better comprehend the effects of subclinical and clinical CVD on the brain. Finally, we need to clarify the impact of the underlying hypothesized mechanism …
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ClinicalTrials.gov 05/22/2020 19:22
Ancillary study - CAtSS (Carotid, Atherosclerosis, Stroke and Sleep apnea) Conjointly to the previously described ASCENT protocol, an ancillary study will be proposed to the subgroup of patients eligible for carotid surgery (endarterectomy) following their cerebrovascular event.
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Medindia.com 05/22/2020 02:18
LDL cholesterol increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases because it can accelerate the formation of atherosclerosis, that is, the process by which the arteries harden and lose their elasticity.
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News-Medical.net 05/21/2020 20:52
LDL cholesterol increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases because it can accelerate the formation of atherosclerosis, that is, the process by which the arteries harden and lose their elasticity.
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PubMed News (NIH) 05/21/2020
Series Type : Expression profiling by high throughput sequencing Organism : Mus musculus. This SuperSeries is composed of the SubSeries listed below.
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NaturalNews.com 05/19/2020 17:52
In atherosclerosis, a combination of cholesterol and immune cells form plaque that stiffens or narrows the blood vessels, reducing blood flow to major organs.
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Cardiovascular Diabetology 05/18/2020 20:00
In an Indian study, the AB blood group was associated with high concentrations of HDL-cholesterol, while the O blood group was associated with low concentrations [11.
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Daijiworld.com (India) 05/18/2020 07:13
Since atherosclerosis can affect arteries in more than one part of the body, medical guidelines are to treat coronary artery disease, stroke and peripheral artery disease similarly with lifestyle changes and medication, including statins to lower cholesterol levels and aspirin to prevent blood clots ...
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Since atherosclerosis can affect arteries in more than one part of the body, medical guidelines are to treat coronary artery disease, stroke and peripheral artery disease similarly with lifestyle changes and medication, including statins to lower cholesterol levels and aspirin to prevent blood clots ...
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ConsumerAffairs.com 05/15/2020 11:14
In addition, too much sugar in the blood is associated with oxidative stress and inflammation, insulin resistance, unhealthy cholesterol profiles, and type 2 diabetes, conditions that are strongly linked to the development of atherosclerosis, the slow narrowing of the arteries that underlies the most cardiovascular disease,” said Dr. Anderson.
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DoctorsLounge 05/13/2020 10:00
In addition, too much sugar in the blood is associated with oxidative stress and inflammation, insulin resistance, unhealthy cholesterol profiles and type 2 diabetes, conditions that are strongly linked to the development of atherosclerosis, the slow narrowing of the arteries that underlies most cardiovascular disease," Anderson noted.
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