is a slow killer that usually catches victims off guard because they either don't: know their risk factors or they don't recognize the warning signs, until it's too late.
Common causes of heart disease
among all women--such as obesity and smoking--are even more prevalent in the lesbian community, she says.
This kind of heart disease
was virtually unknown in America in 1900.
The authors don't know why this high cholesterol food isn't associated with an increased risk of 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.
The first studies of heart disease
and depression showed that people with heart disease
were more depressed than healthy people.
However, no studies have been done to show that lowering the homocysteine level reduces the risk of heart disease
Understanding Heart Disease
is ideal for the nonmedical reader confronting heart problems or cardiac emergencies.
Scientists recently have shown that estrogen lowers risks of heart disease
and stroke in women over the age of 50, when they are most at risk for heart disease
A study of 86 teenage females, with rheumatic heart disease
, attacks the second argument by showing a higher rate of pregnancy for this group than for teenage females without rheumatic heart disease
(Gordis & Markowitz, 1967).
This report provides insights into Coronary Heart Disease
epidemiology, Coronary Heart Disease
diagnosed patients, and Coronary Heart Disease
treatment rate for top seven pharmaceutical markets.
15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released a report that finds a wide range of variation in the prevalence of coronary heart disease
(a narrowing of the arteries that feed the heart), heart attack and angina (chest pain that occurs when the heart does not get enough blood).