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A cardiovascular disease policy model that predicts life expectancy

Source: Heart, 2015, 101 (3) p. 201-208

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Date of publication: February 2015

Publication type: Policies

In a nutshell: The primary prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a policy priority and should include the aim of reducing health inequalities. 94 more words

Cardiovascular Diseases

To Yolk or Not to Yolk? That is the question

Yolk. Should we eat it or shouldn’t we? Just before the turn of the millennium, yolk received a lot of scrutiny from critics as they believed it raised cholesterol. 410 more words

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Basic symptoms of heart disease include chest pain, palpitations, syncope, fatigue, edema, cyanosis, and angina pectoris (a gripping, sharp pain in the chest). Common risk factors include age, sex, family history, hyperlipidemia, smoking, hypertension, sedentary lifestyle, diabetes, and response to stress. 173 more words

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Should I watch my sodium intake?

Short answer: I’m not convinced that I need to watch my sodium intake as a low risk CVD individual.

Long answer:…

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