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According to a global observational study, people who consumed three servings of whole fat dairy per day had lower rates of mortality and cardiovascular disease.
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The findings, published in the journal Circulation, suggests a higher body mass index (BMI), among the study participants, resulted in higher systolic and diastolic blood pressure.
Many studies have demonstrated an association between OSA, hypertension and cardiovascular disease.
Women who had mild sleep problems - including those who slept for seven to nine hours a night - were significantly more likely to have elevated blood pressure.
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The results showed that walking at an average pace reduced the risk of cardiovascular disease mortality by 24 per cent and 21 per cent for those walking at a faster pace.
Weight loss seems to be associated with increased mortality for the participants in the study who were normal weight at baseline, researchers said.
While cardiovascular diseases are generally considered a man's issue, globally, they claim more lives of women than men.
The findings could help scientists better understand cardiovascular diseases such as heart disease and strokes, which result from inadequate blood flow.
The findings suggest that a simple retinal image could one day help understand the health of a patient's blood vessels, key to cardiovascular health.
The findings showed that poor behavioural and mental health outcomes significantly increased as the number of nights away from home for business travel rose.
Dog owners have a lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease or other causes, according to a recent study.
Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is when the heart suddenly stops beating. It usually occurs without warning.
Compared to people who worked a normal week of between 35-40 hours, those who worked 55 hours or more were approximately 40 per cent more likely to develop atrial fibrillation.