Risk Factors of Heart Disease
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drugs.com — “Genes affect hereditary coronary heart disease risk but family lifestyle does not, according to a new study. While it s long been known that hereditary factors” View full resource at drugs.com
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medicalxpress.com — “(Medical Xpress)—A group of Australian researchers have achieved a world-first to demonstrate that objectively measured snoring, without more serious sleep apnea, does not increase mortality or cardiovascular disease.” View full resource at medicalxpress.com
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health.com — “The heart smart diet: Certain key foods can dramatically reduce your risk of getting heart disease. Add these low-cholesterol superfoods today for a healthier heart tomorrow.” View full resource at health.com
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esciencenews.com — “Women with gout are at greater risk of a heart attack than men with the disease, indicates research published ahead of print in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases .” View full resource at esciencenews.com
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tedmed.com — “The biggest disease risk factor - and one we all share - is aging. Focusing research and prevention on this root cause can extend our health and quality of life, says Dan Perry.” View full resource at tedmed.com
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Dr. Yates focus at Laureate has been in clinical trials and scientific writing. His interests include mood disorders, substance use disorders and eating disorders. Currently he is overseeing studies involving novel treatments for alcoholism and MDD. The studies of MDD serve to facilitate and support recruitment of patients for imaging studies of MDD.
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