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Half of heart disease deaths could be prevented
- By Patrick J. Skerrett, Former Executive Editor, Harvard Health
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Excellent study.As an extension ,if we can clearly identify factors for lowest deaths in MN as compared to Misssissipi , following factors are likely to emerge.
1 Diet 2.Exercise and levels of physical activity.3 Ethnic differences and genetic build up .3Quality of sleep and hours 4 Family orientation and job stress 5 Obesity 6 Diabetes 7 Smoking and drinking habits and probably some small contribution by the most acclaimed Villain CHOLESTEROL..Even a simple reasoning will lead us to conclusion that Cholesterol levels are really the result of unhealthy lifestyle , except in genetic disorders.The greatest irony is that Statin studies show that it causes Diabetes , Liver dysfunction and still prevents death from heart attack.I once again appeal to AHA to consider restricting Statins to very limited cases and saving the humanity.Thanks
Except for DC, the top 10 unhealthy heart States are “Red States.”
Nice article! Collection of stats is really good.
Exercise often. Eat healthfully.
Keep your blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar under control. Lose weight if needed. Don’t smoke.
It is a shocking statistic, especially considering that cardiovascular diseases can be prevented to a large extent by following a heart-healthy lifestyle! Modern lifestyle comes with a lot of health hazards and it is important that we follow healthy habits. Thanks for sharing great tips to maintain better heart health!
Coronary artery disease and each type of heart problem requires different treatment but now yog is best solution.
Yea, Colorado. I guess marijuana helps!?
Wow i didn’t know this. Thank you for sharing.
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