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Heart disease prevalence was nearly twice as high in people with fewer than 12 years of education compared to college graduates.
Among the men with long telomeres, receiving the drug didn't affect heart disease incidence.
People who reported taking vitamin E supplements had a lower risk of heart disease.
Instead, researchers identified another protein, called serum amyloid alpha (SAA), which showed a moderate association between high levels and heart disease in women.
Women, particularly African American women, die at the highest rates from heart disease.
pneumoniae with coronary atherosclerosis and, more generally, with ischemic heart disease and would be consistent with the greater susceptibility of men than women to C.
Depression may make it harder to take the medications needed and to carry out the treatment for heart disease.
In September 1995, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) convened a special panel to review the scientific evidence about homocysteine's possible link to heart disease.
He discusses valvular heart disease in light of present surgical techniques, and he examines the causes, the consequences, and the treatment of hypertension.
Heart disease has reached enormous proportions in the United States, striking more and more at young people.
com/research/q7q9pc/global_coronary) has announced the addition of the "Global Coronary Heart Disease Epidemiology and Patient Flow Analysis - 2012" report to their offering.