2 edition of Cardiovascular disease: a matter of prevention found in the catalog.
Cardiovascular disease: a matter of prevention
Kenneth L. Briney
Bibliography: p. 67-68.
|Statement||[by] Kenneth L. Briney.|
|Series||Basic concepts in health science series|
|LC Classifications||RC669 .B78|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||70107377|
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Secondly, evidence for exercise as medicine for the heart based on clinical studies and basic research is summarized. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of mortality and morbidity in modern societies and encompasses a range of human pathology.
It is highly suspected that CVD is strongly related to genetic and environmental factors, and studies have demonstrated that there is an interaction between genetic and environment factors that can lead to.
2 Prevention of cardiovascular disease Introduction Background, scope and purpose of the guidelines Of an estimated 58 million deaths globally from all causes incardiovascular disease (CVD) accounted for 30%. This proportion is equal to that due to infectious diseases, nutritional de ciencies.
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Here are strategies to help you protect your heart. Heart disease is a leading cause of death, but it's not inevitable. While you can't change some risk factors — such as family history, sex or age — there are plenty of ways you can reduce your risk of heart disease.
Heart disease is the leading cause of the death in the United States. It is also a major cause of disability. There are many things that can raise your risk for heart disease. They are called risk factors. Some of them you cannot control, but there are many that you can control.
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In years past, a heart attack or stroke almost certainly resulted in death. But advances in biomedical research, improved emergency responseFile Size: 2MB. The global increase in cardiovascular disease (CVD) during the 20th century is partially explained by an increasing proportion of older adults in the population, but also by changes in work conditions, transport, diet, and social networks, all of which have a direct impact on risk factors for CVD.
Although the mortality rate is falling markedly in some European countries, it is increasing in Author: Annika Rosengren. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the number one cause of death worldwide (Mathers and others ; Murray and Lopez ; WHO b).
CVD covers a wide array of disorders, including diseases of the cardiac muscle and of the vascular system supplying the heart, brain, and other vital organs. This chapter reviews the epidemiological transition that has made CVD the world's leading cause of death.
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