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Heart disease 3, Epidemiology
 
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Halving Global Cardiovascular Disease Mortality
 
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Cardiovascular disease (CVD), which includes heart attack, stroke and heart failure, is the leading cause of death in the world today, with an estimated 17.5 million deaths per year. On September 15, 2016, we hosted the Halving Global Cardiovascular Disease Mortality Rates symposium. The symposium highlighted the growing global burden of CVD and the powerful evidence generated from population-level surveys and studies in China, Cuba, India, Mexico, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States. The sessions explored tobacco use, obesity, diabetes, and hypertension, main risk factors that have a direct impact on CVD morbidity and mortality. Sir Richard Peto, Professor of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology at the University of Oxford, provided the keynote address on primary and secondary prevention. The CDC Foundation presented its Hero Award to Sir Richard in recognition of his efforts to save countless lives worldwide by uncovering the root causes of CVD and cancer and bringing data to bear on public policies. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/globalhealth/healthprotection/videos/CVD_LowRes.mp4
The global burden of cardiovascular disease
 
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Cardiovascular disease is the world's biggest killer. 30% of global deaths are due to cardiovascular diseases. It was responsible for 17.3 million deaths in 2008; by 2030 23.3 million deaths will be related to CVD. And it will remain the number one cause of death and disability worldwide. By spotting the early signs of cardiovascular disease, you can provide advice and treatment to patients. But knowledge is only half the battle. We need to empower patients with knowledge and give them the right tools to motivate themselves and ensure they adhere to medication. We want you to share your knowledge and expertise by publishing papers; become an advocate for cardiovascular disease in your community; disperse the latest guidelines, facts and figures; and spread the message through social media, blogs and using good old fashioned word of mouth. We as a global community need to act now to stop the global burden of cardiovascular diseases. Together we can do this. Media and healthcare professionals: find infographics, videos, backgrounders and other resources on hypertension at http://www.newshome.com/hypertension.aspx.
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Prevalence of Heart Disease
 
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Dr. Agatson states that the prevalence of heart disease has increased due to more sedentary lifestyles and the addition more processed foods to our diets.
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Prevalence of Rheumatic Heart Disease
 
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The prevalence of rheumatic heart disease has declined worldwide during recent decades, especially in higher-income countries. What is the current global burden? New research findings are summarized in this short video. Full study: http://nej.md/2wwTad7 Watch more Quick Take videos: http://nej.md/quick-take
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What is cardiovascular disease and who does it affect ?  | Health FAQS | It's All about your health
 
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Atherosclerosis- Symptoms, Epidemiology of Cardiovascular Disease  Dr. Vinod Sharma in Hindi
 
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Atherosclerosis -- hardening and narrowing of the arteries -- gets a lot of bad press but with good reason. Dr. Vinod Sharma best Atherosclerosis treatment Doctor in Delhi http://drvinodsharma.in/
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Prevalence Of Heart Disease By Age - Dr Kuldeep Kumar Kochi | Cardiac Surgeon in Kerala, India
 
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Heart Disease Prevention and Prevalence
 
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In light of three heart-related celebrity deaths, all around the age of 50, Dr. Peter George offers his expert advice on preventatives steps to take in an effort to beat heart disease and other heart related issues.
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Cardiovascular Diseases In Women -  By Dr. Biji Soman
 
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Major. Dr. Biji Soman, graduated from Government Medical College, Trivandrum in 1996. He served in the Indian Army as a Short Service Commission (SSC) officer for 5 years and retired in 2002 in the rank of Major. Dr. Soman has won awards for best paper presentations in National Conferences Differences exist in the prevalence of various cardiovascular diseases between women and men. In Indian scenario, these symptoms are ignored which needs to be changed. Hence, sex-specific considerations become very important in determining the treatment. In this exclusive Docplexus KOL Interview, Dr. Biji Soman talks about “Cardiovascular Diseases In Women”
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How Obesity Contributes to the Prevalence of Heart Disease
 
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Cardiovascular Disease Risk Calculator - Discover Your Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease
 
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http://diabetestruth247.com While many people are becoming aware of the prevalence of diabetes in the United States, many people still do not know the diabetes risk factors that put them at risk of developing the disease. Knowing the diabetes risk factors can greatly help you reduce your risk of diabetes. If you have any of the risk factors, taking active steps to change your diet and lifestyle can greatly help you lower your chances of developing type II diabetes.
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Lybrate | Dr Sudeep Singh Sachdev Talks About Prevalence Of Chronic Kidney Disease
 
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Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is more of a global health burden with a high economic cost to health systems. This is an independent risk factor for cardiovascular diseases and is usually asymptomatic until later stages. You can consult the doctor here : https://goo.gl/Vpti9G
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Global Cardiovascular Diseases Market
 
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With the increasing prevalence of cardiovascular disease, the drug market for cardiovascular disease will demonstrate the health growth rate. Visit us: http://bit.ly/2dg9dAo
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Weight loss and regain in relation to diabetes and cardiovascular disease mortality: Cuba 1980-2010
 
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Variation in the prevalence of type 2 diabetes across populations can be largely explained by obesity. However, it is unclear as to what extent weight loss would lower cardiovascular disease prevalence. Whole population trends in food consumption and transportation policies linked to physical activity could reduce the burden of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease at the population level. Following the Cuban economic crisis of the early 1990s, food and fuel shortages resulted in a decline in dietary energy intake and large increases in physical activity. This resulted in an average population-wide weight loss of 4-5kg (8-11lbs). Rapid declines in death rates from diabetes and coronary heart disease were subsequently observed. Comparing disease rates over time can demonstrate the power of prevention and help identify key risk factors. An international team of researchers from Spain, Cuba and the US (led by Dr Manuel Franco, associate professor at University of Alcalá) therefore examined the association between population-wide body changes and diabetes incidence (the number of new individuals who contract a disease), prevalence (the total number of cases in a particular period of time) and death rates from type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, cancer and all-causes in Cuba between 1980 and 2010. Cuba is a country with a long tradition of public health and cardiovascular research which provided the necessary data from national health surveys, cardiovascular studies, primary care chronic disease registries and vital statistics over three decades. The Cuban population is relatively homogeneous and has undergone large social and economic changes directly related to food consumption and physical activity from 1980 through 2010. Four population-based cross-sectional surveys were used and data were available on height, weight, energy intake, smoking and physical activity. All participants were aged between 15 and 74. Population-wide changes in energy intake and physical activity were accompanied by large changes in body weight: between 1991 and 1995 there was an average 5kg reduction, whereas between 1995 and 2010 a population-wide weight rebound of 9kg was observed. Smoking prevalence slowly decreased during the 1980s and 1990s and declined more rapidly in the 2000s. The number of cigarettes consumed per capita decreased during and shortly after the crisis. Diabetes prevalence surged from 1997 onwards as the population began to gain weight. Diabetes incidence (new cases) decreased during the weight loss period but then increased until it peaked in the weight regain years. In 1996, five years after the start of the weight loss period, there was an abrupt downward trend in death from diabetes. This lasted six years during which energy intake status gradually recovered and physical activity levels were reduced. In 2002, death rates returned to pre-crisis trends and a dramatic increase in diabetes death was observed. Regarding CHD and stroke death trends we can see a slow decline from 1980 to 1996 followed by a dramatic decline after the weight loss phase. These descending trends have halted during the weight regain phase. The researchers conclude that the "Cuban experience in 1980-2010" demonstrates that within a relatively short period, modest weight loss in the whole population can have a profound effect on the overall burden of diabetes and deaths from cardiovascular disease. They say that although findings show that a 5kg population-wide weight loss "would reduce diabetes mortality by half and CHD mortality by a third", these findings are an extrapolation from this one experience -- nonetheless they provide a "notable illustration of the potential health benefits of reversing the global obesity epidemic". Read their research in full at: http://www.bmj.com/cgi/doi/10.1136/bmj.f1515
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HSCI312 Group 11 Cardiovascular diseases in young adults
 
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The Healthy Eating for Heart Project is a proposed two years health program associated with Simon Fraser University, HEART & STROKE Foundation and Health Canada working towards the goal to reduce the prevalence of cardiovascular disease among young adults between the ages of 19 – 25, who are currently attending Simon Fraser University. During first year, we are going to use education seminars and introducing healthier food options on campus to acknowledge the risk of cardiovascular diseases factors. Last year, we are going to data analysis these students by online surveys and final measurement of indicators (BMI, blood pressure, cholesterol level)
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Physical Activity and Cardiovascular Disease in Young People: Can CVD be Prevented.. - Prof. Green
 
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Invited Session at ECSS Malmö 2015 "The Impact of Physical Activity on Cardiovascular Function in Lifestyle Related Disease" Physical Activity and Cardiovascular Disease in Young People: Can CVD be prevented in High Risk Populations? Green, D.J. The University of Western Australia Rapid increases in the prevalence of obesity, type 2 diabetes, inactivity and sedentary behaviour in young people may limit future gains in the fight against cardiovascular disease, the major causes of mortality, morbidity and healthcare costs in the Western world.1 Currently, 50% of adults who die suddenly from heart disease have no prior symptoms and 70% of coronary events occur as a result of culprit lesions that are angiographically undetectable.2 Approaches to detection (angiography, stress testing) focus on ischaemia, not atherosclerosis, a disease of the vessel wall that only occasionally encroaches on the lumen.3 Whilst these facts emphasise the importance of early prevention, and recent studies suggest that 80% of heart attacks may be preventable,4 research focusing on optimal approaches to prevention remains a cardiovascular “blind-spot”.5 The evidence-base to establish early intervention targets for the prevention of future cardiovascular disease is not well established and the relative importance of the fetal environment, in relation to risk factor exposure during childhood and adolescence, is unclear. This symposium report will review the evidence for atherosclerosis as an important, if nascent, disease of young people, developmental studies of the antecedents factors that place adults at high risk and evidence regarding the mitigating impact of exercise interventions on macro and microvascular function and health in high risk children and adolescents. References 1. Olshansky SJ, et al. A potential decline in life expectancy in the united states in the 21st century. NEJM. 2005;352; 2. Fox C, et al. Temporal trends in coronary heart disease mortality and sudden cardiac death from 1950 to 1999: The framingham heart study. Circulation. 2004;110; 3. Harper RW, et al. A new algorithm for the management of stable coronary artery disease incorporating ct coronary angiography and fractional flow reserve: How we can improve outcomes and reduce costs. MJA. 2011;194; 4. Akesson A, et al. Low risk diet and lifestyle habits in the primary prevention of myocardial infarction in men: A populationbased prospective cohort study. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2014;64; 5. Mandrola JM. Cardiology’s top 10 stories of 2014: Back-to-basics. theHeart.org Editorial. 2014;http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/836316;
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The main methods of investigation of cardiovascular disease
 
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Temporal trends in cardiovascular disease risk factors among different ethnic groups groups
 
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Read the full article: http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/5/8/e007232.abstract Abstract Objectives To determine ethnic-specific temporal trends in cardiovascular risk factors in Ontario between 2001 and 2012. Design A population-based repeated cross-sectional study. Setting Ontario, Canada. Participants 219 276 participants of the Canadian Community Health Survey during the period 2001 to 2012. Main outcome measures Age-standardised ethnic-sex-specific prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors for three time periods: 2001–2004, 2005–2008 and 2009–2012 among Canada's four major ethnic groups: white, South Asian, Chinese and black. Results During the study period, the prevalence of diabetes increased 2.3-fold among South Asian males and 1.9-fold among black females. The prevalence of obesity increased over time across all ethnic groups, with the largest relative increases observed among males of Chinese and black descent. The prevalence of hypertension increased the most among black females. Smoking prevalence decreased by more than 20 per cent among South Asian, Chinese and white females. Overall, South Asian males and black males and females showed the greatest declines in cardiovascular health over the study period. Conclusions We observed important ethnic differences in the temporal trends in cardiovascular risk factor profiles in Ontario. Awareness of the direction and magnitude of these risk factor trends may be useful in informing targeted strategies for preventing cardiovascular diseases in multiethnic populations.
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African Americans and Heart Disease
 
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African-Americans are at higher risk for heart disease. However, they can improve their odds of preventing and beating this disease by understanding the risks and taking simple steps to address them.
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Preventing Heart Disease - Statistics, Risk Factors and Prevention Guidelines Video
 
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Find In-depth Review, Video And Infographic On Heart Disease. http://www.mapsofworld.com/poll/preventing-heart-disease-are-we-doing-enough.html Learn more about world's leading cause of death, with US & worldwide statistics, heart disease risk factors and prevention guidelines
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How Many People Are Affected By Heart Disease?
 
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Heart disease world heart federation. Cdc 200,000 heart disease deaths could be prevented each year and stroke statistics 2017 update american 2013 global, local, gender, more. Taking up to 800,000 next year, more people will have access preventative care and doctors who 'even one preventable death is too many,' said frieden feb 9, 2017 the following are 10 points remember about updated report from american heart association on disease stroke 28, 2014 learn latest statistics, number cause of in u. Suffer heart attacks each year. Number of heart disease deaths per 100,000 population by gender in america facts & statistics close the gap. Coronary heart disease (ischaemic disease) nhs choices. Heart disease facts & statistics aug 10, 2015 about 610,000 people die of heart in the united states every year that's 1 4 deaths. One in 9 deaths 2009 included heart failure as contributing cause. Adults national jun 16, 2016 about 5. Heart disease and stroke statistics at a glance american heart association associationwho. Million adults in the united states have heart failure. Of these, 515,000 are a first heart attack and 205,000 happen in people who have already had jan 25, 2017 here few key statistics about disease, stroke, other for the health is association's disease stroke dec 17, 2014 2015 prevalence an estimate of how many specific condition or risk factor at given point time. Million were due to coronary heart disease and obesity, physical inactivity harmful use of alcohol using population wide people in low middle income countries who suffer from cvds other each year, is at the top list country's most serious health problems. Government agencies periodically in 2008, 405,309 people died from coronary heart disease. Heart disease heart health canada. Lack of exercise people who do not regularly are at greater risk having heart have had a attack, high cholesterol, or blood pressure sep 3, 2013 disease is the leading cause death in u. Ssince death rates are affected by the population composition of a given area, age adjusted get facts about heart disease in america and learn why we need to 'close gap' on cardiovascular care disparities 2014, 3. About half of people who develop heart failure die within 5 years diagnosis about 720,000 in the u. Remember me jan 30, 2017 there are many factors that increase the risk of heart disease. Every year about 785,000 americans have a first coronary attack. In order to access member content you have be a of the world heart federationpassword. Heart disease and stroke statistics 2017 at a glance. Heart disease statistics the heart foundation. Age adjusted rates per 100,000 u. More than half of the deaths due to heart disease in 2009 were men may 3, 2017 number adults with diagnosed 28. Cardiovascular diseases (cvds)johns hopkins medicine health affected by cardiovascular disease? Secondscount. Million; Percent of source summary health statistics tables for u. Quick facts heart disease in minnesota. In fact, stati
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Over 300 million Chinese suffer from cardiovascular diseases
 
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Heart diseases and strokes are the world’s leading cause of death, killing 17.1 million people every year. In China, over 300 million people suffer from cardiovascular diseases, with an average of 3.5 million deaths each year. Watch this video to know more about the prevalence and impact of heart ailments in China.
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How Many People Are Affected By Heart Disease?
 
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The Challenge of Cardiovascular Disease in India and Potential Solutions
 
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DR. JEEMON PANNIYAMMAKAL, PH.D, MPH Associate Professor, Chronic Disease Epidemiology Centre for Control of Chronic Conditions, Public Health Foundation of India About the Speaker Dr. Jeemon Panniyammakal is Associate Professor of chronic disease epidemiology at the Public Health Foundation of India and a Wellcome Trust-DBT Clinical and Public Health Intermediate Fellow. He has obtained a Ph.D degree in medical cardiology from the Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, University of Glasgow, UK with a Wellcome Trust fellowship. He has over a decade of research experience at the national level and developed a focus on cardiovascular disease epidemiology. He was involved in several landmark epidemiological studies (e.g., The Sentinel surveillance study in Indian Industrial population, Heart Failure Registry), clinical trials (e.g., The ADVANCE study), complex public health intervention studies (e.g., Worksite programme for CVD risk reduction) and quality improvement initiatives (e.g., quality improvement initiatives in acute coronary syndrome management). His current research interests are in development, implementation and evaluation of complex intervention studies for cardiovascular risk reduction in low and middle income country settings. About the Lecture The talk will describe the epidemiology of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in India. Comparisons with other regions of the world will be highlighted. Specific attributes of CVD in India will be described in detail. The progression of the epidemic and the social gradient in risk factors and disease conditions will be described. A few examples of innovative methods to address the rising burden of CVD in resource poor settings will be described in detail.
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What is cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk?
 
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Bradford practice nurse, Jan Proctor-King talks about the risk factors for cardiovascular disease
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Understanding cardiovascular disease better
 
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Zamaneh Kassiri and her team want to understand how the heart and its vascular system works. She and her team study how the heart and aorta change with disease and examine aortic aneurysm—with a goal to identify and develop new treatments for heart diseases. Important research given the prevalence of cardiovascular disease in North America and worldwide.
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Dr. Greenberg discusses cardiovascular disease on McMahon Group TV show (AZ TV 7 in Phoenix, AZ)
 
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Dr. Jeffrey Greenberg raises awareness of cardiovascular disease on The McMahon Group TV show on AZ TV 7 in Phoenix, AZ. He discusses the prevalence of cardiovascular disease and the problems it can lead to including heart attacks, strokes, and peripheral arterial disease (PAD). He discusses risk factors of the disease including obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Finally, he also discusses prevention which includes diet, nutrition and exercise.
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Obesity and Cardiovascular Disease
 
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Describe the epidemiology of obesity in the US and the increasing prevalence in the world.Explain the relationships between obesity, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, and other co-morbid conditions. Emphasize the impact of obesity on mortality and morbidity.
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Two- thirds of African-American Men May Be at High Risk for Cardiovascular Disease
 
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A new University of Florida study finds that 65 percent of African-American men over age 40 are at high risk of having a heart attack or stroke within the next 10 years. That percentage represents a substantial increase over time, from 53.5 percent in 1999. The findings appear today in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. “Not only has this population shown a rise in risk, a significant majority of this group is at high risk for a 10-year major cardiovascular event. This is quite worrisome,” said lead investigator Arch G. Mainous III, Ph.D., chair of the department of health services research, management and policy in the UF College of Public Health and Health Professions, part of UF Health. The cardiovascular disease risk for most other population groups the team examined remained constant over time and actually decreased for two. Among white women, the prevalence of high cardiovascular disease risk fell from 9.6 percent to 5.8 percent, and among African-American women, the prevalence dropped from 15 percent to 10.6 percent. The study didn’t examine the reasons why African-American men’s cardiovascular disease risk factors have risen over time, but several elements may play a role, said co-author Ki Park, M.D., a clinical assistant professor of medicine in interventional cardiology at the UF College of Medicine and the Malcom Randall Veterans Affairs Medical Center. These may include inadequate prevention measures aimed at racial subgroups, psychosocial elements and a lack of access to routine health care. Mainous says the findings underscore the importance of prevention efforts targeted to African-American men, such as lowering their blood pressure and making lifestyle changes. Using tools that calculate heart disease risk scores can help identify people who could benefit from early interventions.
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The Statistics on Heart Disease
 
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http://www.MyHeartPro.com What do You have in common with these people?
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The Link between Gout Heart Disease
 
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In this recording, Malin Prupas, MD, FACP, Rheumatologist, discusses the possible link between uric acid buildup which causes gout and cardiovascular disease. Gout is one of more than 100 different types of arthritis. Unfortunately gout is increasing in prevalence. Elevated uric acid levels result in a deposit of uric acid crystals in the joint which leads to an inflammatory response in the body that is extremely painful.
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Cardiovascular Diseases Therapeutics
 
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Complete report is available @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/cardiovascular-diseases-therapeutics-in-major-developed-markets-to-2019-increasing-prevalence-and-promising-novel-drugs-offset-patent-cliff-threat-market-report.html . Latest research report, ""Cardiovascular Diseases Therapeutics in Major Developed Markets to 2019 Increasing Prevalence and Promising Novel Drugs offset Patent Cliff Threat"", which provides insights into three cardiovascular therapeutic indications in the top eight markets of the US, the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan and Canada.
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Dr. Nasir Sulemanjee Explains Heart Failure and Heart Disease
 
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Dr. Nasir Sulemanjee, a cardiologist at Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee, WI, explains the prevalence and risks of heart failure and heart disease.
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Expert Opinion: What is the prevalence of CVD risk factors among patients with type 2 diabetes?
 
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Video by Nicholas J. Wareham, MB, PhD, Director, MRC Epidemiology Unit, Institute of Metabolic Science, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK. Produced by the International Chair on Cardiometabolic Risk.
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Is coronary artery disease fatal ?  | Your Health FAQS
 
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CVD presentation 3
 
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Prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors among patients hospitalized for complicated hypertension
 
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Link to the PowerPoint presentation: http://de.slideshare.net/slideshow/embed_code/34114416 Some photos and more details about this research and the conference: http://amanfrommoab.com/2013/04/11/the-ninth-scientific-conference-of-the-faculty-of-medicine-at-mutah-university-karak-jordan-april-3-4-2013-2/ Full title: "A cross-sectional study on the prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors among patients hospitalized for complicated hypertension at two Jordanian Hospitals". By Jameel Khaleel Hijazeen (1); Oday Zayid Al-Ma'aitah (1); Mahmoud Yaseen Abuznaid, MD (2); Ahmed Nader Abo.sharak (1); Khaled Ali AlShar' (1); Imad Farjou, MD, PhD (3). [1] Sixth-year medical students, Faculty of Medicine, Mu'tah University, Karak, Jordan. [2] Intern, Al-Bashir Teaching Hospital, Amman, Jordan. [3] Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, Mu'tah University, Karak, Jordan. طلاب السنة السادسة: جميل خليل حجازين، عدي زايد المعايطة ، احمد نادر ابوشرخ، خالد علي الشرع. طبيب إمتياز، مستشفى البشير: محمود ياسين أبوزنيد. الأستاذ المشرف: عماد فرجو. ---------------------------------------------------------------- It was presented by me, Jameel Khaleel Hijazeen, sixth-year medical student at Mu'tah University, today, April 11th, 2013, at the 9th Scientific Conference of the Faculty of Medicine at Mu'tah University, Karak, Jordan. There is always something better! Especially when you are doing something you never did before. Therefore, any feedback is more than welcome.
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Heart Disease
 
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TO USE OR PRINT this presentation click : http://videosliders.com/r/29 ============================================================== Heart Disease Pine Manor College March 5, 2008 Katherine Malanson ,Heart Disease Which of these people has heart disease??? ,At the end of this session today you will Cite prevalence and incidence data of heart disease Identify major ethnic and gender differences in heart disease prevalence and incidence Identify the major structures of the heart, including atria, ventricles and valves Understand the basis of the cardiac action potential Objectives ,Prevalence Heart disease, also called Cardiovascular Disease (CVD), is a number of abnormal conditions affecting the heart and blood vessels. Worldwide heart disease kills more than 17.5 million people, which is 30% of all deaths. Over 80% of chronic disease deaths occur in low and middle income countries. ,Pop Quiz How many people die of heart disease in the United States each year? a. 200,000 b. 400,000 c. 600,000 d. 800,000 ,Causes of Death for all People in the United States ,Percentage Breakdown of Deaths from Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) ,Pop Quiz What is the projected cost of heart disease for 2006, including health care services, medications, and lost productivity? a. 100 million b. 750 million c. 100 billion d. 250 billion ,Risk Factors for CVD ,Pop Quiz In 2003, what percentage of adults reported having two or more of six risk factors for heart disease and stroke? a. 0 – 24 % b. 25 – 49 % c. 50 – 74% d. 75 – 100% ,Does Heart Disease Affect Men more than Women? ,What about Ethnicity? ,The Heart: Anatomy ,The Heart: Anatomy Layers Pericardium Myocardium Endothelium Two sides Right Left Four chambers Upper – Atria Lower - Ventricles 7 1 6 5 4 2 3 ,The Heart: Anatomy AV valves – between the atrium and ventricle Right AV valve - tricuspid valve Left AV valve – mitral valve Pulmonary Valve Aortic Valve 1 2 3 4 ,Path of a Blood Cell ,Pop Quiz How much blood does the heart pump in a day? a. 100 gallons b. 1000 gallons c. 2000 gallons d. 5000 gallons ,The Heart as a Muscular Pump Cardiac Muscle- striated due to arrangement of myosin and actin- adjacent cells are joined end to end by intercalated disks- adjacent cells are electrically linked by gap junctions ,Cardiac Excitation Conducting system of the heart ,Cardiac Excitation ,Pop Quiz How many times does the human heart “beat” (expand and contract) in a day? a. 50,000 b. 100,000 c. 150,000 d. 200,000 ,Cardiac Action Potential Ion channel permeability during Action Potential ,Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) P – atrial depolarization QRS – ventricular depolarization T – ventricular repolarization ,Cardiac Action Potential A. Clinical – EKG B. Cellular - Action Potential C C. Molecular – Electrophysiology recordings ,Objectives Now you should be able to Cite prevalence and incidence data of heart disease Identify major ethnic and gender differences in heart disease prevalence and incidence Identify the major structures of the heart, including atria, ventricles and valves. Understand the basis of the cardiac action potential
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signs of heart attack, prevalence in women
 
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risk factors, signs and symptoms
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Mummy Trouble: Did Ancient People Have Our Heart Problems?
 
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CT scans of 137 mummified humans revealed evidence of atherosclerosis, or clogged arteries, consistent with the disease's prevalence among people today.
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HYPERTENSION-HEALTHY HEART AFRICA
 
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HYPERTENSION Hypertension is an often-overlooked non-communicable disease that places patients at high risk of developing more serious cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) such as coronary heart disease and stroke. Africa and Uganda inclusive has the highest prevalence of adults with hypertension at 46%. In the weeks around World Hypertension Day, AstraZeneca will collaborate with its partners to conduct hypertension screening events throughout Kenya and beyond. The efforts support HEALTHY HEART AFRICA’s ongoing mission to improve hypertension screening, treatment and care in Africa. Hypertension is an often-overlooked non-communicable disease that puts patients at high risk of developing more serious cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) such as coronary heart disease and stroke.
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Dr. Campbell: New statistics show rate of heart failure deaths increasing
 
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Nearly 800,000 people die from heart disease every single year. The report tells us that rates of heart failure are on the increase.
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Heart Disease Spikes U.S. Death Rate Higher
 
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The death rate from heart disease in the U.S. rose nearly 1% in 2015, ending four decades of progress against the country's leading cause of death. WSJ's Betsy McKay and Dr. Stephen Sidney explain on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Reuters Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/ Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
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Kidney Beans Nutrition Helps Fight Diabetes, Heart Disease & Even Some Cancers
 
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Kidney Beans Nutrition Helps Fight Diabetes, Heart Disease & Even Some Cancers:- Benefits of Kidney Beans Nutrition:- 1. Lowers Cholesterol and Reduces Heart Disease Risk In the United States, one out of every three deaths is due to cardiovascular disease. Studies have shown that risk factor modifications can decrease the prevalence of cardiovascular diseases, including ischemic heart disease and strokes. Diet is an important modifiable risk factor for many types of cardiovascular diseases, and bean consumption, including kidney beans, has been shown to reduce risk factors for cardiovascular issues. (1) In a meta-analysis of nine studies totaling 238 participants, bean consumption resulted in decreased LDL cholesterol levels without affecting HDL cholesterol. The high soluble content in kidney beans is thought to reduce LDL and increase the excretion of bile acid. Additionally, colonic fermentation of soluble fiber produces short-chain fatty acids, such as butyrate and propionate, which may help decrease hepatic cholesterol synthesis, thus decreasing circulating LDL cholesterol levels. Lastly, the consumption of beans, may decrease cardiovascular diseases as well as other diseases overall by reducing inflammation. There has been both clinical and epidemiologic studies showing that bean consumption reduces C-reactive protein concentrations. (2) 2. Controls Blood Sugar Kidney bean pulses alone lowered insulin and fasting blood glucose in a meta-analysis of 41 clinical studies. Additionally, pulses in high-fiber diets lowered fasting blood glucose and glycosylated blood proteins, while pulses in low glycemic diets lowered glycosylated blood proteins, measured as hemoglobin A1C or fructosamine. The bean properties, their high fiber content, low glycemic index, antioxidant effects and polyphenol content possibly contributed to the effects on glycemic control. These properties may have protected these subjects against the development of type 2 diabetes thanks in part to their ability to help maintain normal blood sugar. (3) 3. Combats Diabetes When replacing other carbohydrate-rich foods, clinical trials consistently show that beans reduce postprandial glucose elevations in both diabetic and nondiabetic participants. Kidney beans generally have a much lower glycemic index compared with other carbohydrate-rich foods, likely a result of their fiber and resistant starch content. The glycemic index of beans ranges from 29 to 38 compared with 50 for brown rice and 55 for rolled oats. When participants with diabetes were instructed to increase their intake of legumes by at least one cup per day, glycated hemoglobin (Hb A1c) decreased by 0.5 percent compared with a decrease of 0.3 percent when supplemented with only wheat fiber. Changes in glycated hemoglobin concentrations as little as 1 percent are associated with as much as a 15 percent to 18 percent risk reduction of ischemic heart disease in people with diabetes. (4) Not only does kidney beans nutrition help prevent heart disease in diabetics, but thanks to its low glycemic load and effects on blood sugar, kidney beans nutrition can also help prevent or manage type 2 diabetes itself. (5) This makes these wonderful beans a must in any diabetic diet plan. 4. Helps Treat and Prevent Certain Cancers Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in terms of incidence and mortality in women in the United States and the second leading cause in men. During 2017, it’s expected to cause about 50,260 deaths. In human subjects, high intake of flavonols, which are of greater concentrations in beans, has been inversely related to advanced adenomatous polyps recurrence. The five most consumed type of dry beans in this study, in descending order, were baked beans, kidney beans, pinto beans, lima beans and navy beans. Compared with subjects with low intake of dry beans, participants with the highest bean consumption had a significantly high reduction in the recurrence of advanced adenomas by 65 percent. (6) Further research published in the International Journal of Biological Macromolecules found that “white kidney bean lectin exerts anti-proliferative and apoptotic effects on cancer cells.” (7) In general, beans are strong cancer-fighting foods, and kidney beans nutrition has demonstrated defense against several forms of cancer. 5. Aids in Weight loss Obesity has more than doubled since 1980 worldwide. In 2014, more than 1.9 billion adults, 18 and older, were overweight. Of these, over 600 million were obese, leading many to seek ways to treat obesity naturally. (8)
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Dr Stephen Hardy - Cardiovascular Disease
 
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WARNING: 50% of people die from their FIRST heart attack! Cardiovascular Disease has been the biggest killer in the USA, Europe, Australia and New Zealand for nearly a century. Traditionally, cholesterol has been the biggest risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Startling new research is challenging this in ways that have significant implications for how you live your life if you want to avoid becoming a statistic. In this interesting and engaging presentation, designed for the layman, Dr Stephen Hardy looks at the latest research on cardiovascular disease and what it means for you. He also shows you how to use this knowledge to stay healthy. For bookings, visit: http://www.ssmg.com.au
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Increasing incidence of heart disease in kids, warn experts- Dr Devaki Nair
 
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Experts have expressed concern over the increasing prevalence of heart diseases in young kids- Drug Today Medical Times
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Asian American Women & Heart Disease PSA
 
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[Like this to help us get extra credit!!] Although Asian American women are less likely to develop heart disease than women of other cultures, there is still a high prevalence rate of heart disease among their population.
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