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    with more than half of the deaths resulting in men. The risk factors for heart disease, according to CDC, include having high cholesterol, high blood pressure, poor diet, overweight/obesity, physical inactivity, and excessive alcohol intake among others. To address these risk factors dietary interventions has

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    some further tests. The CHD is one of the most common reasons for death in the United kingdom and it’s spreading worldwide. About 1 in 6 men and die from CHD. Usually, chest pain is the main symptom for CHD , heart attack , and heart failure. But some people don’t experience any symptoms before CHD is diagnosed. Although

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    Heart Disease (CHD) is very prevalent in the United States. It has caused serous illness and death within my family. It is the number one cause of death for both men and women in the United States. I feel that people should be informed about the disease because there are certain things that one can do to reduce the risks of getting it. Although genetics contribute to a person’s risk, this should not be used as an excuse, but more as a motivator to live a heart healthy lifestyle. CHD is a disease

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    Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) is when blood flow to the heart is temporarily or permanently blocked. This is problematic to the wellbeing of one’s heart, because blood transports the materials (nutrients, minerals, oxygen) that are required for heart muscles (or any muscle) to contract and sustain the life of those cells. Caption #1 shows the muscles in the heart that are affected by CHD. Coronary Heart Disease can be caused by the buildup of plaque (cholesterol) in the arteries which direct blood

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    High Fat Diet

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    It is often taken for granted that high fat diet leads to coronary heart disease. However, it is the type of fat consumed that matters when it comes to increasing the risk of coronary heart diseases, rather than the total consumption level of fat in a general sense. Coronary heart disease occurs when a fatty deposit called plague builds up on the inner lining of coronary arteries, which are responsible for supplying oxygenated blood to the heart muscles. The condition, where plague is built up in

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    Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) has been a huge drain the United Kingdom’s resource’s, not only for the long term care and treatment of those with an existing CHD condition, but also for the continuing public education and campaigning to reverse the negative health trends that cause CHD and CHD related maladies. The largest natural cause of death in the developed world are deaths under the CHD umbrella, beating communicable diseases into a cocked hat. CHD is at not an inevitable event. The slow

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    Introduction Coronary heart disease is having a significant impact on the health of individuals in Australia and a burden of disease costing the public health system millions. CHD is associated with being preventable based on corrections to lifestyle behaviours like a balance diet, social support, and policy making. This essay will discuss coronary heart disease and the effect it has on public health awareness. The essay will begin by discussing the magnitude of coronary heart disease death worldwide

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    Heart Health Research Paper

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    What habits can affect heart health? Millions of people currently suffer from various types of heart conditions, but only a few have changed their lifestyle to mend them. So far, exercise and diet are common methods of maintaining heart health, but it isn’t the only solutions. To better understand the risks of heart conditions and discover specific ways to live a long and healthy life, I have researched numerous ways to increase the life expectancy of the human body, specifically the heart. To further

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    understanding the risk factors for women is understanding the disease itself. Coronary artery disease and coronary heart disease are terms usually used interchangeably. In actuality, coronary artery disease causes coronary heart disease (CHD). Heart attacks are then the result of CHD. Coronary arteries originate in the aorta and function to supply oxygenated blood to the muscular tissue of the heart. Plaque can build up and block these arteries over several years, reducing the flow of oxygenated blood to the

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    step in the prevention process is understanding the disease itself. Coronary artery disease and coronary heart disease are terms usually used interchangeably. In actuality, coronary artery disease causes coronary heart disease, or CHD. Heart attacks are then the result of CHD. Coronary arteries originate in the aorta and function to supply oxygenated blood to the muscular tissue of the heart. Plaque can build up and block these arteries over several years, reducing the flow of oxygenated blood to the

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