Heart Disease and State of Washington

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5/17/2021 Study Shows Regular Aspirin Doses Are Safe, Can Prevent Heart Problems Kaiser Health News ... Aspirin Doses Are Safe, Can Prevent Heart ProblemsA study in the New England Journal of Medicine examined thousands of heart disease patients and found that regular low-dose aspirin-taking was safe and can ... one instead or quit using aspirin altogether. (Marchione, 5/15)The Washington Post: As Menopause Approaches, Some Women Suffer ‚AoBrain Fog‚Ao And Memory Loss. What‚Aos Causing These Problems? Pat Lea, 72, a longtime friend ...
4/28/2021 Genetic Link to Clogged Arteries Discovered ‚Äì Raises Risk of Heart Disease Independent of Cholesterol Levels ... Heart Disease Independent of Cholesterol Levels Genetic Link to Clogged Arteries Discovered ‚Ai Raises Risk of Heart Disease Independent of Cholesterol Levels HealthIndependent of cholesterol, gene variants raise risk of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure.High cholesterol is the most commonly understood cause of atherosclerosis, a hardening of the arteries that raises the risk of heart attack and stroke.But now, scientists at Washington University School of Medicine ...
4/28/2021 Genetic Link to Clogged Arteries Discovered ‚Äì Raises Risk of Heart Disease Independent of Cholesterol Levels Genetic Link to Clogged Arteries Discovered ‚Ai Raises Risk of Heart Disease Independent of Cholesterol Levels A new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has identified a gene ‚Ai called SVEP1 ‚Ai that makes a protein that influences the risk of coronary artery disease independent of cholesterol. SVEP1 induces proliferation of vascular smooth muscle cells in the development of atherosclerosis. Shown is a stained section of ...
4/20/2021 Obesity increases odds for breast cancer return in survivors, study says Most people know obesity can lead to diabetes or heart disease, but excess weight can play a role in cancer, too, researchers say.A new study found that breast cancer survivors who are overweight have ... nearly 6,500 women treated at Kaiser Permanente in Colorado and Washington state. Roughly equal percentages were normal weight, overweight and obese.Women who had an invasive breast cancer had a small, but significantly higher risk ...
4/19/2021 In Breast Cancer Survivors, Obesity Raises Odds for Cancer's Return Most people know obesity can lead to diabetes or heart disease, but excess weight can play a role in cancer, too, researchers say.A new study found that breast cancer survivors who are overweight have ... nearly 6,500 women treated at Kaiser Permanente in Colorado and Washington state. Roughly equal percentages were normal weight, overweight and obese.Women who had an invasive breast cancer had a small, but significantly higher risk ...
4/19/2021 In Breast Cancer Survivors, Obesity Raises Odds for Cancer's Return ... Survivors, Obesity Raises Odds for Cancer's Return MONDAY, April 19, 2021 -- Most people know obesity can lead to diabetes or heart disease, but excess weight can play a role in cancer, too, researchers say.A ... nearly 6,500 women treated at Kaiser Permanente in Colorado and Washington state. Roughly equal percentages were normal weight, overweight and obese.Women who had an invasive breast cancer had a small, but significantly higher risk ...
4/17/2021 Study finds strong link between red meat consumption, heart disease Study finds strong link between red meat consumption, heart disease Study finds strong link between red meat consumption, heart disease ANI 2 days ago Washington, April 17: An observational study in nearly 20,000 individuals has found that greater intake of red and processed meat is associated with worse heart function. The research is presented at ESC Preventive Cardiology 2021, an online scientific congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC ...
4/10/2021 High sugar consumption effects child's brain development, study suggests High sugar consumption effects child's brain development, study suggests High sugar consumption effects child's brain development, study suggests Washington, April 10: New research led by the University of Georgia has shown in a rodent model ... diets have been linked to health effects like obesity and heart disease and even impaired memory function.However, less is known about how high sugar consumption during childhood affects the development of the brain, specifically a ...
4/5/2021 Research finds mobile health apps can be beneficial for adults with heart disease Send Research finds mobile health apps can be beneficial for adults with heart disease Washington, April 4: Mobile health technology can be beneficial in encouraging lifestyle behaviour changes and medication adherence among adults aged 60 and older with existing heart disease, according to a study published in the American Heart Association journal 'Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes'. Mobile health technology including fitness apps have become a popular tool to track ...
4/1/2021 Scientists find genetic link to clogged arteries Independent of cholesterol, gene variants raise risk of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure Credit: In-Hyuk Jung, PhD, Stitziel LabHigh cholesterol is the most commonly understood cause of atherosclerosis, a hardening of the arteries that raises the risk of heart attack and stroke. But now, scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have identified a gene that likely plays a causal role in coronary artery ...
3/29/2021 Biden says states should reinstate mask mandates and wait to reopen businesses as Covid cases rise CNBC ... Joe Biden delivers remarks on Covid-19 response and vaccinations in the South Court Auditorium of the White House in Washington DC, on March 29, 2021. Jim Watson AFP Getty Images President Joe Biden on ... third leading cause of death among Americans in 2020, behind heart disease and cancer, CDC saysU.S. begins testing Moderna's Covid vaccine booster shots for variant from South AfricaThe president said he supports the ...
3/26/2021 Independent of cholesterol, gene variants raise risk of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure. You are at: Home » Health » Independent of cholesterol, gene variants raise risk of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure. Independent of cholesterol, gene variants raise risk of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure. HealthHigh cholesterol is the most commonly understood cause of atherosclerosis, a hardening of the arteries that raises the risk of heart attack and stroke. But now, scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in ...
3/24/2021 Scientists find genetic link to clogged arteries Scientists find genetic link to clogged arteries Independent of cholesterol, gene variants raise risk of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure A new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has identified a gene ‚Ai called SVEP1 ‚Ai that makes a protein that influences the risk of coronary artery disease independent of cholesterol. SVEP1 induces proliferation of vascular smooth muscle cells in the development of atherosclerosis. Shown ...
3/22/2021 Demystifying Medicine - Diversity and Disease in the Genomic Era National Institutes of Health Description: Demystifying Medicine Lecture SeriesAmericans of African descent are at higher risk of diabetes and heart disease compared to Americans from other ethnic backgrounds. The reasons are complicated, an intricate mix of social and genetic ... His group has established a protocol to recruit thousands of Washington, D.C.-area African American to the NIH Clinical Center for clinical evaluation and research testing, a project called GENE-FORECAST√C≈Ω. This resource ...
3/19/2021 Longer Looks: Interesting Reads You Might Have Missed | Kaiser Health News Kaiser Health News ... heart disease and cancer. (Brody, 3/15)The Washington Post: 17 Students ‚Ai From Kindergartner To High School Senior ‚Ai On What They Learned About School And Life During The Pandemic Recently, we interviewed students from across the country about their educational experiences, and their lives, during the pandemic. Some of our questions were about school, but others were about what students have learned more broadly ‚Ai about themselves, their families ...
3/19/2021 Smith Introduces Measure to Increase Access to Quality Cardiac Rehabilitation Care ... Access to Quality Cardiac Rehabilitation Care BY Rep. Smith Media Release March 19, 2021 Home ‚A∫ News ‚A∫ Regional NewsWashington, D.C. ‚Ai Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE), along with his colleagues Representatives Lisa Blunt ... these programs, ensuring patients receive the care they need.‚Au‚AuHeart disease is a leading cause of death in Delaware, but we know that reducing barriers to accessing cardiac rehabilitation has direct patient benefits, including ...
3/19/2021 Smith Introduces Measure to Increase Access to Quality Cardiac Rehabilitation Care ... Access to Quality Cardiac Rehabilitation Care BY Rep. Smith Media Release March 19, 2021 Home ‚A∫ News ‚A∫ Regional NewsWashington, D.C. ‚Ai Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE), along with his colleagues Representatives Lisa Blunt ... these programs, ensuring patients receive the care they need.‚Au‚AuHeart disease is a leading cause of death in Delaware, but we know that reducing barriers to accessing cardiac rehabilitation has direct patient benefits, including ...
3/18/2021 Billionaires Redstone and Milken donate $80 million to prevent chronic diseases CBS News Watch CBSN Live Billionaires Redstone and Milken donate $80 million to prevent chronic diseases Viacom and CBS Corp. executive chairman Sumner Redstone and healthcare philanthropist Michael Milken have bonded over a shared cancer diagnosis. CBS News' Charlie Rose sat down with Redstone and Milken to discuss their $80 million donation to George Washington University to target preventative medicine for chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease and obesity ...
3/18/2021 Billionaires Redstone and Milken donate $80 million to prevent chronic diseases Billionaires Redstone and Milken donate $80 million to prevent chronic diseases Posted by: Stonecom Interactive Wednesday, March 17, 2021Viacom and CBS Corp. executive chairman Sumner Redstone and healthcare philanthropist Michael Milken have bonded over a shared cancer diagnosis. CBS News‚Ao Charlie Rose sat down with Redstone and Milken to discuss their $80 million donation to George Washington University to target preventative medicine for chronic conditions like diabetes, heart ...
3/17/2021 PeoplePC - News WASHINGTON (AP) ‚Ai More than two dozen clergy members from the capital region rolled up their sleeves inside the Washington National Cathedral and got vaccinated against the coronavirus Tuesday in a camera-friendly event designed ... because there‚Aos more disease, more diabetes, more obesity, more heart disease,‚Ao" P√©rez-Stable said. "But the reality is that the infections are more likely because people live in more crowded conditions. They ...
3/17/2021 Faith leaders get coronavirus shot to curb vaccine reluctance WASHINGTON ‚Ai More than two dozen clergy members from the capital region rolled up their sleeves inside the Washington National Cathedral and got vaccinated against the coronavirus Tuesday in a camera-friendly event designed to ... because there‚Aos more disease, more diabetes, more obesity, more heart disease,‚Ao‚Au P√©rez-Stable said. ‚AuBut the reality is that the infections are more likely because people live in more crowded conditions ...
3/17/2021 Latino, Black faith leaders get Covid-19 shots to combat vaccine reluctance NBC News WASHINGTON ‚Ai More than two dozen clergy members from the capital region rolled up their sleeves inside the Washington National Cathedral and got vaccinated against the coronavirus Tuesday in a camera-friendly event designed to ... because there‚Aos more disease, more diabetes, more obesity, more heart disease,‚Ao‚Au P√©rez-Stable said. ‚AuBut the reality is that the infections are more likely because people live in more crowded conditions ...
3/17/2021 Faith leaders get COVID-19 shot to curb vaccine reluctance March 16, 2021 8:40 pm 4 min readWASHINGTON (AP) ‚Ai More than two dozen clergy members from the capital region rolled up their sleeves inside the Washington National Cathedral and got vaccinated against the ... because there‚Aos more disease, more diabetes, more obesity, more heart disease,‚Ao‚Au P√©rez-Stable said. ‚AuBut the reality is that the infections are more likely because people live in more crowded conditions ...
3/17/2021 Faith leaders get COVID-19 shot to curb vaccine reluctance ... Faith leaders get COVID-19‚A¶ Faith leaders get COVID-19 shot to curb vaccine reluctance March 16, 2021, 10:01WASHINGTON (AP) ‚Ai More than two dozen clergy members from the capital region rolled up ... because there‚Aos more disease, more diabetes, more obesity, more heart disease,‚Ao‚Au P√©rez-Stable said. ‚AuBut the reality is that the infections are more likely because people live in more crowded conditions ...
3/17/2021 Faith leaders get COVID-19 shot to curb vaccine reluctance Tue, Mar 16, 2021 0 CommentsWASHINGTON (AP) ‚Ai More than two dozen clergy members from the capital region rolled up their sleeves inside the Washington National Cathedral and got vaccinated against the coronavirus Tuesday ... because there‚Aos more disease, more diabetes, more obesity, more heart disease,‚Ao‚Au P√©rez-Stable said. ‚AuBut the reality is that the infections are more likely because people live in more crowded conditions ...