• Large waist circumference increases recurrent event risk after MI

    1 month ago - By Healio

    Abdominal obesity was common in patients post-MI, and a larger waist circumference in this population was independently linked with recurrent atherosclerotic CVD, especially in men, according to a study published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.
    “Abdominal obesity not only increases your risk for a first heart attack or stroke, but also the risk for recurrent events after the first misfortune,” Hanieh Mohammadi, MD, of the department of clinical sciences and education at Karolinska Institute-Södersjukhuset in Stockholm, said in a press release. “Maintaining
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  • Abdominal Obesity Could Up Risk of Recurrent Heart Attacks

    Abdominal Obesity Could Up Risk of Recurrent Heart Attacks

    1 month ago - By Medindia Health

    Abdominal obesity increases the risk of recurrent heart attacks and strokes. Maintaining a healthy waist circumference is important for preventing future heart attacks and strokes. Also, eating a healthy and balanced diet and regular physical activity can help prevent the risks.
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