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How red meat leads to heart disease : ACP Internist

... "This may explain why two people can have the same LDL level, but one develops cardiovascular disease and the other doesn't." It would appear ...

Optimism, positive health and stroke risk : ACP Internist

... The study The classic risk factors for cardiovascular disease (including stroke) include high blood pressure and cholesterol levels, cigarette ...

QD: News Every Day--Married men without children incur ...

... Married men who have no children have a 17% higher risk of dying from cardiovascular disease after the age of 50 than men with two or more ...

QD: News Every Day--Rethink the daily aspirin for those ...

... to higher nontrivial bleeding risks, while offering modest benefits on nonfatal myocardial infarctions (MI) and cardiovascular disease (CVD), with no ...

QD: News Every Day--Adults widely consume supplements ...

... One study reported that high intake of supplemental calcium was associated with an excess risk of cardiovascular disease death in men but not in ...

Screening for inflammation with hsCRP : ACP Internist

... markers. Multiple studies have demonstrated the relationship between hsCRP elevation and cardiovascular disease. In ...

QD: News Every Day--1 in 4 cardiac deaths were preventable ...

... Nearly one fourth of all cardiovascular disease deaths are avoidable, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported. ...

Prediabetes: What can doctors call it? | ACP Internist

... Patients with higher-than-normal blood glucose levels are at increased risk for developing type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and stroke ...

QD: News Every Day--CRP, fibrinogen levels could help ...

... protein (CRP) or fibrinogen levels in people at intermediate risk for a cardiovascular event could be used prevent cardiovascular disease events, ...

QD: News Every Day--Another piece to the puzzle of alcohol ...

... index. These, in turn, may pass on the benefit of less cardiovascular disease. The study appeared at BMJ. Researchers ...

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