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The material included information about benefits of healthy life style, such as a fat and sugar free nutrition, more physical exercises and avoidance of tobacco. Children in the intervention group ...

Date : 29/08/2011

Type 2 diabetes can be reversed with lifestyle changes, according to European Society of Cardiology spokesperson Professor Eberhard Standl, from the Munich Diabetes Research Group in Germany. Both ...

Date : 14/11/2014

Belly fat, even in people who are not otherwise overweight, is bad for the heart, according to results from the Mayo Clinic presented today at EuroPrevent 2018, a European Society of Cardiology ...

Date : 20/04/2018

(1) More than 15,000 patients with chronic coronary heart disease provided information on their dental health, with results showing that indicators of periodontal disease (fewer remaining teeth, gum ...

Date : 10/04/2014

Stockholm, Sweden, 31 August: A six-month outpatient prevention programme conducted by nurses has resulted in significant and sustained improvements in the control of cardiovascular risk factors, ...

Date : 31/08/2010

The EUROASPIRE surveys are part of the ESC’s EORP programme1 and track lifestyle, risk factor control and cardioprotective drug use in Europe. Data were collected using standardised methods ...

Date : 03/09/2013

Obese adolescents with no symptoms of heart disease already have heart damage, according to new research. The Congress is the main annual meeting of the Heart Failure Association of the European ...

Date : 21/05/2012

Obese youths have a nearly six fold risk of hypertension, according to research in more than 22 000 young people from the PEP Family Heart Study presented at ESC Congress today by Professor Peter ...

Date : 31/08/2014

After providing blood samples and measurements of their blood pressure, height, weight and waist circumference, participants each wore an activity monitor on their thigh for 24 hours a day over a ...

Date : 31/07/2015

The study, which is published online today (Wednesday 12 January) in the European Heart Journal [1], is the first in a large, representative, multi-ethnic population to look at the links of the total ...

Date : 12/01/2011