Cardiovascular Diseases

Cardiovascular Diseases

According to the World Health Organization, chronic diseases are responsible for 63% of all deaths in the world, with cardiovascular disease as the leading cause of death.

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Cardiovascular Diseases - Research
... The first studies on cardiovascular health were performed in 1949 by Jerry Morris using occupational health data and were published in 1958 ... prevention, and/or treatment of all forms of cardiovascular disease remain active fields of biomedical research, with hundreds of scientific studies being published on a weekly basis ... between fast food and an increase in heart disease ...
Gitter Cell - Role of Microglia in Neurodegeneration - Cardiovascular Diseases
... These activation was specific to brain nuclei involved in cardiovascular regulation suggesting possible role of microglial activation in pathogenesis of heart failure ...
Atherosclerosis - Treatment - Diet and Dietary Supplements
... The scale of vitamin C benefits on cardiovascular system led several authors to theorize that vitamin C deficiency is the primary cause of cardiovascular diseases ... effective medicines for treatment of serious diseases has been very strongly criticised by many reputable authorities, as discussed in detail elsewhere) ... They suggest that clinical manifestations of cardiovascular diseases are merely overshoot of body defense mechanisms that are involved in stabilisation of vascular wall ...
Ethyl Eicosapentaenoic Acid - Cardiovascular Diseases, Diabetes
... In addition, E-EPA may improve the clinical outcome in type 2 diabetes and its cardiovascular complications, such as coronary artery disease and thickening of carotid arteries ...

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