Previous studies had remarked upon the reaction of visfatin with inflammatory cytokines such as TNF-[alpha] and IL-6 to induce the development of proinflammatory artherosclerosis
Published in August in Epidemiology, the study is based on data from the Multi-Ethnic Study of Artherosclerosis
between 2002 and 2012, with a focus on smokers ages 44 to 84 in six different areas, including the Bronx and Chicago.
Evidence of artherosclerosis
, or hardening and narrowing of the arteries, was seen more often in breakfast skippers and people who started off the day with a low calorie meal than those who ate more substantial energy-giving breakfasts.
Liu Y, Liang H, Liu H, Li S, Zhou Y, Cheng H, Zhou L (2010) Association of serum adiponectin levels with artherosclerosis
and the metabolic syndrome in obese children.
Cardiovascular disease is also linked with gout because high levels of uric acid can cause inflammation in blood vessels, which can lead to artherosclerosis
. Gout also is associated with certain cancers, particularly prostate cancer, although the extent is not fully understood.
Previous exposure of an individual to chronic infections is considered a risk factor for artherosclerosis
. Numerous previously reported infectious agents were attributed to the risk of subsequent CKD events ().
Renovascular hypertension is most commonly caused by artherosclerosis
or fibromuscular dysplasia.
 Its role as a powerful antioxidant in preventing age related eye maculopathies, heart diseases, artherosclerosis
, breast, lung, ovaries cancer has been studied in literature.
Because of the central physiological role of sEH in disease states such as ischemical reperfusion injury, artherosclerosis
, cardiac hypertrophy, diabetes, hypertension, pain, and inflammation, sEH and its inhibitors are being investigated as a promising therapeutic target to treat numerous ailments (Chiamvimonvat et at.
[sup], MPs correlate with artherosclerosis