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Mitochondrial fission is crucial for efferocytosis - Nature.com



Mitochondrial fission is crucial for efferocytosis 
Nature.com
Defective efferocytosis, the process of apoptotic cell clearance by macrophages, is a critical factor in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis that leads to the accumulation of apoptotic cells and debris in atherosclerotic plaques. Uptake of multiple ...

 


Young, white men who exercise excessively face risk for subclinical atherosclerosis - Cardiovascular Business



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Young, white men who exercise excessively face risk for subclinical atherosclerosis 
Cardiovascular Business
Young, white men could be at risk for plaque buildup and future subclinical atherosclerosis if they're extremely active, a new study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings reports. Deepika R. Laddu, PhD, and colleagues at the University of Illinois at ...
Coronary Artery Calcification: Pathogenesis and Prognostic Implications - ScienceDirect ScienceDirect

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Krill-Derived Ingredients May Reduce Atherosclerosis in Animal Study - Nutritional Outlook



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Krill-Derived Ingredients May Reduce Atherosclerosis in Animal Study 
Nutritional Outlook
Biotechnology company Rimfrost (Fosnavåg, Norway) announced the online publication of a study1 in the Journal of Molecular Nutrition and Food Research showing that krill-derived ingredients?the company's specialty?reduce atherosclerosis in mice.

 


A review of molecular imaging of atherosclerosis and the potential application of dendrimer in imaging of plaque - Dove Medical Press



A review of molecular imaging of atherosclerosis and the potential application of dendrimer in imaging of plaque 
Dove Medical Press
Abstract: Despite the fact that technological advancements have been made in diagnosis and treatment, cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) remain the leading cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide. Early detection of atherosclerosis (AS), especially ...

 


Atherosclerosis: Skipping breakfast may double risk - Medical News Today



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Atherosclerosis: Skipping breakfast may double risk 
Medical News Today
Popular wisdom has it that breakfast is the most important meal of the day - and the first set of findings from the Progression and Early Detection of Atherosclerosis study (PESA) suggests that the meal may be even more important than traditionally ...
Breakfast-Eaters Have Less Atherosclerosis MedPage Today
Skipping breakfast may increase the risk of atherosclerosis, study finds News-Medical.net
Skipping breakfast tied to higher risk of hardening in arteries Reuters
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High prevalence of COPD in atherosclerosis patients - Dove Medical Press



High prevalence of COPD in atherosclerosis patients 
Dove Medical Press
Abstract: Atherosclerosis and COPD are both systemic inflammatory diseases that may influence each other. The aim of the present study was to determine the prevalence of COPD in patients with cerebral and/or peripheral artery disease and to assess ...

 


Skipping Breakfast Linked to Increased Atherosclerosis - Medscape



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Skipping Breakfast Linked to Increased Atherosclerosis 
Medscape
MADRID, SPAIN ? Going without breakfast in the morning is associated with a substantially increased risk of developing subclinical atherosclerosis, a new observational study shows. The findings provide support for previous reports suggesting dietary ...
Skipping breakfast associated with atherosclerosis risk and other health issues Bel Marra Health
Skipping Breakfast Associated With Hardened Arteries, Say Heart Specialists HowStuffWorks
Skipping breakfast increases atherosclerosis risk, per study Life Science Daily
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Fight against top killer atherosclerosis garners acclaimed NIH award ... - EurekAlert (press release)



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Fight against top killer atherosclerosis garners acclaimed NIH award ... 
EurekAlert (press release)
No single disorder kills more people than atherosclerosis, and hopeful experimental treatments with 'good cholesterols' have failed in human trials.

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Periodontal disease and atherosclerosis: Strengthening the oral-systemic link - Dentistry IQ



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Periodontal disease and atherosclerosis: Strengthening the oral-systemic link 
Dentistry IQ
The results revealed significant odds and risk ratios to atherosclerosis for P. gingivalis, T. forsythia, T. denticola, and Prevotella nigrescens (P. nigrescens). Also revealed in the results was that among the virulence genes, significance to ...

 


VIDEO: Trimethylamine N-oxide levels linked to atherosclerosis - Healio



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VIDEO: Trimethylamine N-oxide levels linked to atherosclerosis 
Healio
BOSTON ? The compound trimethylamine N-oxide, abundant in red meat and formed by gut microbes, has been associated with an increased risk for atherosclerosis, Stanley L. Hazen, MD, PhD, said at the Cardiometabolic Health Congress. There have ...