coronary heart disease


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a heart disease due to an abnormality of the arteries that supply blood and oxygen to the heart

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This prompted researchers to examine the link between gluten intake and the development of coronary heart disease in a cohort of US health professionals with no history of coronary heart disease.
In addition, a separate prospective analysis of three of the included studies was conducted to determine individual risk factors that may contribute to the association between gallstone disease and coronary heart disease.
It is not clear whether this relationship is due to confounding factors such as poor socioeconomic environment, or nutrition, during childhood that on the one hand determine achieved height and on the other the risk of coronary heart disease, or whether it represents a primary relationship between shorter height and more coronary heart disease.
There is already a huge amount of work going on to raise awareness of the most common causes of coronary heart disease.
Both Periodontal and coronary heart disease are commonly influenced by two most established risk factors i.
Victoria Jefferies, regional development manager from the BHF, said: "There is clear evidence suggesting men living in the Sparkbrook ward are more likely to die early from coronary heart disease (CHD) than anywhere else in Birmingham, and women in the area have the fourth highest rate of premature death from coronary heart disease.
3 Because of this association between saturated fatty acids and Coronary heart disease it was recommended that consumption of diet containing saturated fatty acids should be decreased or replaced by other diet containing poly unsaturated fatty acids like (soybean oil, corn oil and safflower oil, as well as fatty fish) to reduce the risk of CHD.
They found high levels of oxidative stress in people with coronary heart disease, previously thought to be a marker of the heart condition, could instead indicate a condition of glucose abnormality.
1 million women in the UK have coronary heart disease.
Scientists evaluated the dietary intake of nearly 35,000 women who were free from cardiovascular disease at the study's onset, and then calculated the incidence of death from cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, stroke, and all causes over 16 years of follow-up.
5 times more likely to die from coronary heart disease if you have metabolic syndrome than someone who doesn't have it.
CORONARY heart disease kills 51,500 women each year - more than four times the number who die of breast cancer.
Coronary heart disease is what happens when this supply is blocked or interrupted.
The county's death rate from homicides and diabetes increased compared with last year's numbers while deaths from firearm injuries and coronary heart disease decreased.
The programme has been set up to offer support to the Asian community suffering from coronary heart disease in Walsall.