360,000 people a year are killed by coronary heart disease
The team of researchers based in the US warn that "promotion of gluten-free diets for the purpose of coronary heart disease
prevention among asymptomatic people without celiac disease should not be recommended," according to the (https://www.
Patients with coronary heart disease
were investigated further to determine if there was any history of gallstone disease.
Additionally, a separate prospective analysis of three of the included studies was conducted to determine individual risk factors that may contribute to the association between gallstone disease and coronary heart disease
For the study, published in the American Heart Association's journal Circulation, the researchers took women aged between 27-44 and found that women with the highest level of light physical activity were at a 25 per cent lower risk incidence of coronary heart disease
5 inches change in your height affected your risk of coronary heart disease
The effects of calcium supplementation on verified coronary heart disease
hospitalization and death in postmenopausal women: a collaborative meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.
They searched for two primary outcomes: coronary heart disease
and all-cause mortality verified by clinical review, hospital record or death certificate.
But the situation has improved significantly in the North East in the last 20 years and we are now much closer to the national average for deaths from coronary heart disease
Figures released by the Office for National Statistics of all deaths registered in England and Wales showed the big three - cancer, coronary heart disease
and circulatory diseases such as stroke - remained the top causes of death for 2011.
However, with respect to the number of cases that can potentially be averted, coronary heart disease
would have a far larger effect than would colon cancer because of its higher incidence.
This study showed that periodontal disease is significantly associated with coronary heart disease
and the levels of periodontal parameters were higher in smoker-diabetic coronary heart disease
patients suggesting an association between periodontal disease, smoking, diabetes and coronary heart disease