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The Presence Of Certain Atypical Pulmonary Structures May Increase Risk Of Lung Disease

Variations in lung anatomy alone may explain why an individual is more likely than another to develop chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). This is the conclusion of a team of researchers from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Center (RI-MUHC) and Columbia University. The researchers examined CT scans of more than 3,000 patients …

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Dietary Causes Of High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a pathology whose risk factors are well known. In addition to stopping smoking, increasing physical activity to tackle obesity and decreasing salt intake, diet and nutritional intake can also play a major role. | Forest Medical Equipment Calibration

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Strength of A Patients Handshake – A Potential Cardiovascular Marker

Research, which has been undertaken by an international team including MRC Epidemiology Unit, University of Cambridge, outlines that a high grip strength is associated with cardiac morphology and indicative of low cardiovascular risk. Previous studies have shown a link between hand grasping force (due to increased muscle mass) and the incidence of cardiovascular disease: the higher …

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Your Bones Affect Your Appetite – And Your Metabolism

Your bones do not just support your muscles and tissues; they also produce hormones. This is the case of osteocalcin, a hormone that influences the metabolism of sugar and fats in our body. Researchers at the Montreal Clinical Research Institute (IRCM) have studied the role of this hormone and its trigger. Osteocalcin promotes the production …

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