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Consumption of foods containing HNE was found to be associated with increased risk of cardio-vascular disease, stroke, Parkinsonism, Alzheimer disease, Huntington's disease, various liver disorders and cancer studies also reveal that once absorbed in the body the HNE reacts with DNA, RNA and proteins affecting basic cellular processes.
Through the establishment of the Institute for Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging (IDII) the partners will focus on more effective treatments for cancer, brain disease and cardio-vascular disease.
And of those, 20 deaths were due to cardio-vascular disease.
Test kits for quality-of-life reducing conditions such as osteoporosis and cardio-vascular disease (thrombosis), plus an individual's sensitivity to anti-coagulant drugs are available from the company.
Children in Japan, where there is high fish consumption, have low rates of depression, brain disorders and cardio-vascular disease.
"Poor oral health can contribute to general health issues such as cardio-vascular disease, diabetes and lowweight pre-term births."
In a collection of studies, researchers noted that as a result of improved medical management (particularly of cardio-vascular disease), more obese people are reaching old age, which means more of them are facing age-related mental dysfunction.
They then reviewed Medicare records for the years 1986-1994 to pin down daily hospitalization counts for people over 65 suffering from cardio-vascular disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), or pneumonia.
People in whom it's absent or grossly impaired often have high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, or other symptoms of cardio-vascular disease.
Five thousand who reported a previous history of cardio-vascular disease, coronary by-pass grafting or stroke, were excluded - 45,000 remaining members, free of cardio-vascular disease, were included at the start of a two year follow-up period.
He said the government has set up cardiology department equipped with both cardiac surgery and cardiology facilities, including Cardiac OT, in all public medical college hospitals and district level public hospitals to provide adequate and effective treatment facilities to the patients suffering from cardio-vascular disease.
The scientists from York, Liverpool and Newcastle universities wrote in the medical journal Heart: "We found an association between poor social relationships and incident cardio-vascular disease comparable in size to other recognised psycho-social risk factors, such as anxiety and job strain."
As a result, it is hoped the project will lead to a reduction in the number of children at risk of cardio-vascular disease and an increase in numbers taking part in exercise and healthy eating.