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Exercise may reduce risk of dying from a heart attack

ASNC SmartBrief | Apr 17, 2017

People who were physically active before having a heart attack had a lower risk of dying from it than those who were sedentary, according to a study in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. University of Copenhagen researcher Eva Prescott said exercise may increase chemicals that promote blood flow and reduce injury to the heart, and people who are physically active may develop collateral blood vessels help ensure the heart gets enough blood after a blockage. HealthDay News (04/12)


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Current allopurinol use tied to lower CV event risk in gout, diabetes

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Study: Aspirin use may not improve outcomes for peripheral vascular disease

ASNC SmartBrief | Apr 19, 2017

Study: Renal disease a major factor in heart-related deaths

ASNC SmartBrief | Apr 17, 2017

Study: Cardiac events drop after N.Y. counties ban trans fats

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Frequent hot flashes tied to poor blood vessel function in middle-aged women

ASNC SmartBrief | Apr 19, 2017

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ASNC SmartBrief | Apr 17, 2017

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