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  1. photo Polyunsaturated fats reduce <b>heart</b> <b>disease</b> risk - find out how to add them to your dietPolyunsaturated fats reduce heart disease risk - find out how to add them to your dietNews
    designed to investigate risk factors for cardiovascular disease and atherosclerosis among middle-aged men from eastern Finland, a population with one of the highest recorded rates of coronary heart diseaseRead more
  2. photo Living next to roads increases air pollution exposure, can lead to sudden cardiac death in womenLiving next to roads increases air pollution exposure, can lead to sudden cardiac death in womenNews
    that environmental exposures may be under-appreciated risk factors for diseases such as sudden cardiac death and fatal coronary heart disease," lead author Jaime E. Hart, ScD, said. "On a population level, living nearRead more
  3. photo LeBron James has magnesium deficiencyLeBron James has magnesium deficiencyNews
    in the preventionof coronary heart disease and sudden cardiac death." MagnesiumTrace Elem, vol. 9, pp. 143-151, 1990.6. Stendig-Lindberg G, "Sudden death of athletes: is it due to long-termchanges in serum magnesiumRead more
  4. photo Chelation therapy and vitamin supplements cut <b>heart</b> <b>disease</b> risk by over 25%Chelation therapy and vitamin supplements cut heart disease risk by over 25%News
    A combination of high-dose multivitamins and chelation therapy may protect heart attack survivors from future cardiovascular events and death, according to a multicenter study publishedRead more
  5. photo Study finds more women than men with type 2 diabetes are at risk for developing <b>heart</b> problemsStudy finds more women than men with type 2 diabetes are at risk for developing heart problemsNews
    )."It may be that women have to gain much more weight than men before they become diabetic," she said. "So they may already be at higher risk for coronary heart disease at diagnosis, althoughRead more
  6. photo Eating fruits and vegetables early in life lowers <b>heart</b> <b>disease</b> risk by 40 percent as we ageEating fruits and vegetables early in life lowers heart disease risk by 40 percent as we ageNews
    each year are due to cardiovascular disease, a largely preventable illness that can squelch life in an instant or dramatically lower quality of life as the heart is strained to supply oxygenRead more
  7. photo Warning signs you are deficient in magnesiumWarning signs you are deficient in magnesiumNews
    , menstrual cramps, hair loss, swollen gums, high blood pressure, kidney stones, heart disease and even cancer.In fact, it has been found that persons who suffered sudden and fatal heart attacks had very lowRead more
  8. photo Cashew: A <b>disease</b>-destroying, bacteria-blasting super nutCashew: A disease-destroying, bacteria-blasting super nutNews
    that the fats in tree nuts reduce low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, thereby lowering the risk of coronary heart disease by an impressive 30-45 percent.Moreover, tree nut consumption ( included) has been linkedRead more
  9. photo FDA warns against excessive aspirin useFDA warns against excessive aspirin useNews
    herbs, roots and berries that provide real heart disease prevention Garlic, published in the Journal of Nutrition in 2006, garlic was found to be effective for treating patients with coronary arteryRead more
  10. photo Calcium, vitamin D supplementation improves cholesterol in postmenopausal womenCalcium, vitamin D supplementation improves cholesterol in postmenopausal womenNews
    to be "good."Another benefit of supplementation with vitamin D3 andwas decreased levels of triglycerides, a type of blood lipid that, in excess, has been associated with coronary heart disease, particularlyRead more

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Coronary heart disease

Disease

Coronary heart disease, also called coronary artery disease, is a heart disease. ("Coronary" means "the blood vessels of the heart".) Coronary heart disease causes plaque to build up inside the coronary arteries. This causes the coronary arteries to become narrower. An artery is a blood vessel - a tube that carries blood. After the heart supplies blood that is full of oxygen and nutrients, the...More