Search Tag: cardiovascular mortality

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Widespread pain and cardiovascular mortality: the Framingham Heart Study

2019 23 May

Musculoskeletal pain is highly prevalent and is associated with a significantly high socioeconomic impact both on the individual and society. Widespread pain (WSP), in particular, has been linked to elevated disability and loss of quality of life. It is a very common problem reported by more than one in ten adults. The prevalence of widespread... Read more

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Fried food consumption and cardiovascular mortality

2019 31 Jan

A study was conducted to examine the association between total and individual food consumption with all-cause and cause-specific mortality in women in the US.  Several studies conducted previously have shown that higher consumption of fried food is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes, the two leading... Read more

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Non-O Blood Groups Have Higher Risk of Heart Attack

2017 06 May

New research presented at Heart Failure 2017 and the 4th World Congress on Acute Heart Failure shows that non-O blood group is associated with a higher risk of heart attack. Lead author Tessa Kole, a Master's degree student at the University Medical Centre Groningen, the Netherlands explains that people with non-O blood groups (A,B, AB) are at a... Read more

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Premature Menopause Increases Risk of Coronary Heart Disease

2016 20 Sep

A study published by JAMA Cardiology evaluated the effect of age at onset of menopause and duration since onset of menopause on cardiovascular disease outcomes and all-cause mortality. Findings indicate a high risk of coronary heart disease (CHD), cardiovascular mortality and overall mortality in women with early-onset menopause. Approximately... Read more

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Coffee Drinkers Have Lower Mortality Risk

2015 24 Nov

According to a pooled analysis of three large cohort studies ( Nurses' Health Study , Nurses' Health Study II  and  Health Professionals Follow-Up Study ) people who drink coffee - whether its caffeinated, decaffeinated, or overall—have a lower mortality risk than coffee nondrinkers. The study is published in Circulation.  The positive impact of... Read more