Top cardiology stories: Elevated cholesterol increases cardiac mortality, Chagas disease intensifies cardiac issues
4 monthes ago - By Healio
The top cardiology story this week was a report that patients with LDL and non-HDL greater than 160 mg/dL had a higher risk for CVD mortality.
Other top stories included research results that indicated that the risk for congenital heart disease increases with Chagas disease and data that suggested that inconsistent alcohol consumption increases the risk for congenital heart disease.
Meeting coverage from the European Society of Cardiology Congress also provided several of the top cardiology stories, including study findings that indicate that computed tomography angiography with standard care
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Being stressed at work increases the risk of Parkinson's disease - but only in men
4 monthes ago - By Daily Mail
Researchers from the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, found that men in demanding, time-pressured jobs that they have little control over are more at risk of the movement disorder.
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