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Experts from the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) will present a special programme.1 “Our findings are worrying, given that adults who were obese in childhood and adolescence are the most ...

Date : 23/09/2016

Patients who have persistently high levels of inflammation following percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) for coronary artery disease are significantly more likely to die from any cause or to ...

Date : 19/11/2018

Stroke can be prevented with a healthy lifestyle, which means: • Stop smoking • Be physically active • Maintain a healthy weight • Eat healthily • Keep alcohol within ...

Date : 29/10/2015

The mechanisms that link the onset of diabetes with subsequent development of CVD include above-average lipid levels, inflammation of vascular walls, high blood pressure, and an excess of ? bad? ...

Date : 10/11/2010

Most of the studies behind these claims, however, are considering the effect of coffee in the primary prevention (or risk) of heart disease; less well explored is the association between coffee and ...

Date : 07/05/2010

The researchers asked 15,482 people with stable coronary artery disease and an average age of 67 to complete a lifestyle questionnaire when they joined the STABILITY trial [2], which was looking at ...

Date : 25/04/2016

Results of the COMPARE (COzaar in Marfan PAtients Reduces aortic Enlargement) study reveal that patients treated with losartan (Cozaar) had a significantly reduced rate of aortic enlargement after 3 ...

Date : 02/09/2013

Discover some of the other causes, plus results from additional practice-changing research, at ESC Heart & Stroke 2019, This international conference of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) ...

Date : 17/01/2019

[...]the trial did not reach its primary efficacy endpoint, the rate of the composite of MACE/hospitalisation for unstable angina/heart failure/coronary revascularisation being similar with ...

Date : 27/08/2018

Background Patients who suffered cardiovascular events should be referred to a cardiac rehabilitation / secondary prevention program with the objective to improve lifestyle and clinical outcome. (1) ...

Date : 06/11/2018