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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The study also looked at the impact of moderate to vigorous physical activity, finding a significant 46% reduction between the highest to lowest quartiles of activity in coronary heart disease risk and a 31% reduction in cardiovascular disease risk.
Maureen Talbot, Senior Cardiac Nurse at the British Heart Foundation, said: "Coronary heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in the UK.
On their own, estradiol levels had no association with cardiovascular disease events overall, but they were associated with lower coronary heart disease risk, according to investigators.
The researchers did not find any significant link between gluten intake and the risk of developing coronary heart disease, even after risk factors were considered.
Therefore, in order to evaluate the accuracy of this hypothesis and regarding the importance of the matter we evaluated the association of helicobacter pylori infection and coronary heart disease (CHD) among CCUadmitted patients in Niroo-Havaei Hospital in 2012.
"Every year thousands of people are still dying from heart attacks, and coronary heart disease remains the UK's single biggest killer.
Coronary heart disease (CHD) kills around 3,200 people in the North East each year and most of these deaths are caused by a heart attack.
A MUM-OF-TWO who lost her devoted husband to a heart attack says more research is needed in the fight against coronary heart disease.
The shorter you are- the more your risk of coronary heart disease.
A meta-analysis was conducted on 18 randomized controlled trial (including a total of 63,563 participants) that examined the effect of calcium supplementation on cardiovascular outcomes (including myocardial infarction, angina pectoris, acute coronary syndrome, and chronic coronary heart disease) and all-cause mortality in elderly women.
Cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, and other medical specialists from the US, India, and Canada contribute 10 chapters on coronary heart disease. They address risk factors; the global burden of the disease; the evaluation of chest pain; the diagnosis, early treatment, and complications of acute coronary syndromes; the management of patients with chronic coronary artery disease and stable angina; variant angina; cardiogenic shock in acute coronary syndromes; acute right ventricular infarction; and surgical therapy in chronic coronary artery disease.
An American Heart Association (AHA) statement, published in the journal Circulation (June 16, 2014), notes that women are more likely than men to have a condition known as non-obstructive coronary heart disease, which is a problem with the lining of the arteries that supply blood to the heart muscle.
They searched for two primary outcomes: coronary heart disease and all-cause mortality verified by clinical review, hospital record or death certificate.
More evidence that breakfast may be the most important meal of the day comes from a recent study in which men age 45 to 82 years who reported that they regularly skipped breakfast had a higher risk of a heart attack or fatal coronary heart disease. The researchers say the results also should apply to women, although this will only be confirmed by additional studies.
SOME research points to a potential link between periodontal (gum and teeth) disease and coronary heart disease.