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polypill for heart disease

The polypill for heart disease

Cardiovascular disease is the major cause of mortality worldwide.1 In recent years, the mortality associated with cardiovascular disease has decreased in developed...
refined grain food heart disease

Are refined grain foods associated with heart disease?

A new population-level study investigates whether or not refined grain foods are related to an increased risk of heart disease.
eating fish can reduce risk of heart disease

Why eating fish can reduce risk of heart disease

Researchers recently investigated if eating fish can reduce risk of heart disease, and why this may be the case.
rosiglitazone for type 2 diabetes

Rosiglitazone for type 2 diabetes increases risk of heart disease deaths

Use of rosiglitazone for type 2 diabetes, a medication that lowers blood sugar, increases the risk of death by heart disease by 33% according...
menopause and heart disease risk

Examining the link between menopause and heart disease risk

In a recent study, researchers investigated arterial stiffness as a link between menopause and heart disease risk. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the second leading cause...
magnesium intake

Magnesium intake may reduce the risk of fatal coronary heart disease

A recent study finds that dietary magnesium intake is associated with the risk of both fatal coronary heart disease and sudden cardiac death. Among different...
brushing teeth and heart health

Can oral care prevent heart disease?

Recent research shows a correlation between brushing teeth and heart health. Heart diseases also known as cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are one of the leading causes...
menopause and cardiovascular disease

Does early menopause increase the risk of heart disease?

Researchers examined the link between early menopause and cardiovascular disease risk. Around 5% of women experience menopause before age 40. There are health risks associated...

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