Neil Nedley, MD, author of 'Proof Positive,' said, 'The three most important modifiable heart disease risk factors
are cigarette smoking, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.'
Traditional heart disease risk factors
(like smoking and high cholesterol) contribute to higher rates of heart disease in HIV-positive people than in comparison groups without HIV.
Kulluna for Health and Safety, ConocoPhillips's signature corporate social responsibility campaign in Qatar, is welcoming all visitors of this year's Qatar International Food Festival (QIFF) to come to its booth at the Museum of Islamic Art Park until March 28 to learn more about heart disease risk factors
and ways to prevent it.
Conclusion: Lipid profile parameters in patients suffering MDD are varied as compared to healthy controls, thus highlighting the screening of coronary heart disease risk factors
like lipid profile in patients of major depressive disorder.
Known as WISEWOMAN, the program is a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-funded project that screens women enrolled in the state Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program for heart disease risk factors
, such as high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, obesity, physical inactivity and smoking.
Experts attribute the decline in AD incidence to improvements in medications and strategies used in the management of high blood pressure, unhealthy cholesterol levels, diabetes, and other heart disease risk factors
The heart disease risk factors
are linked to effects on the brain that may predict Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia, say researchers.
* Stay current with your doctor appointments and medication adherence, particularly if von have heart disease risk factors
such as high cholesterol, hypertension, family history, obesity, smoking and, diabetes.
Researchers said women with heart disease risk factors
should be especially aware of depression symptoms, and that doctors should recommend depression screening if there are any indications of the common mood disorder.
ALTHOUGH the heart disease risk factors
for men and women are similar, there are some key differences.
Maintaining a healthy body weight and body shape can help protect your against heart disease risk factors
like diabetes and high blood pressure, as well as lowering your cholesterol.
Losing weight, stopping smoking and increasing exercise-all actions that boost HDL levels--also improve other heart disease risk factors
. That has made it difficult to tease out just how protective HDL is on its own.