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The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) is holding scientific sessions in collaboration with the SBC as part of the ESC Global Activities programme.1 “Atherosclerosis – clogged arteries ...

Date : 21/09/2019
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Introduction It is well established that physical activity and exercise training is, as part of a multidisciplinary rehabilitation program, key to optimise health and prognosis in patients with ...

Date : 09/09/2019
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Nearly seven in ten cases of cardiovascular disease can be explained by risk factors such as high blood pressure, low education, smoking, dyslipidaemia, poor diet, abdominal obesity, strength and ...

Date : 03/09/2019
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(2) Lead author, Dr Jon-David Schwalm of the Population Health Research Institute, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada said: “The reduction in cardiovascular risk was 75% greater in the ...

Date : 02/09/2019
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There is plenty of evidence to show that physical activity reduces the risk of dying from CVD in healthy people; there is less evidence of its effect in people with pre-existing CVD although ...

Date : 01/09/2019
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Promoting the importance of physical activity, the now-famous group of Swiss cardiologists completed their ninth annual ‘Tour de Coeur’ by cycling over 500 km from Geneva to the ESC ...

Date : 01/09/2019
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Tomorrow, we will hear about a Swiss study that examined large artery stiffness and retinal microvascular diameter in older adults who were healthy and active (n=38), healthy and sedentary (n=36) or ...

Date : 01/09/2019
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Professor Francesco Cosentino, ESC Chairperson of the guidelines Task Force and professor of cardiology at the Karolinska Institute and Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm, Sweden said: ...

Date : 31/08/2019
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Two decades of a sedentary lifestyle is associated with a two times risk of premature death compared to being physically active, according to results from the HUNT study presented today at ESC ...

Date : 31/08/2019
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Paris, France – 31 Aug 2019: A low-cost text-messaging programme improves blood sugar control in patients with diabetes and coronary heart disease. (2) Study author Dr Xiqian Huo of the Fuwai ...

Date : 31/08/2019