Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Heart Disease

According to a recent study, postmenopausal women who suffer both high levels of social isolation and loneliness also have a 27% higher chance of developing heart disease.
According to research published online in the journal Heart, recreational drug, alcohol, and tobacco use is associated with early onset heart disease in young.

An Active Lifestyle Lower Chance of Death Immediately from a Heart Attack

The beneficial impact of physical activity in stopping heart disease is well documented, but an active lifestyle may reduce the likelihood of death immediately after a heart attack.

Cardiac Arrest Survival Depends on Socioeconomic Status

Hospitalized patients from lower socioeconomic backgrounds are less likely to survive cardiac arrest than patients from higher socioeconomic backgrounds.

Red Hot Meat May Contribute to Heart Disease

Red-hot meat consumption elevated the level of a protein molecule that may raise the risk of heart disease, stroke, and diabetic complications. News analysis revealed.

Green Tea Decreases the Prevalence of Coronary Artery Disease but Coffee Does Not

Green tea consumption decreases the prevalence of coronary artery disease but drinking coffee does not—find researchers.

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