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"This study clearly goes against what has been the common wisdom for the last 30, 40 years," said one cardiologist.
The condition can lead to inflammation and abnormal muscle function.
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Compared to pregnant women in their 20s, pregnant women from ages 35 to 39 have a five times greater risk of heart attack.
It may. Apples are a low-calorie, rich source of fiber, phytochemicals, and potassium, all of which can keep your heart healthy
• Over the 1990-2015 period, the world as a whole has been undergoing a health transition (Fig. 1 below). Whereas total deaths
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Many Kenyans are surviving AIDS only to live long enough to be killed by NCDs. Annually, 28 million people die from NCDs in low- and middle-income countries like Kenya, representing nearly 75 percent of deaths from NCDs globally.
After a disaster, when stress may be ubiquitous and access to medications scant, routine cases of cardiovascular disease, cancer, lung disease and diabetes can quickly evolve into life-threatening emergencies.
Eating fresh fruit daily can improve your life. A recent article from investigators in Beijing, China, and the University of Oxford, England has shown how much this simple change in your diet can help you.