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    Published on August 18, 2017

 

Risk of heart disease in women can be predicted with race and weight gain

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A study at the University of Pittsburgh shows a way to find the risk of heart diseases in women with race and location of body fat. Excess fat accumulation around the heart is a risk factor for heart diseases. But only a specialized heart scan can show the fat accumulation around the heart.


Risk of heart disease in women can be predicted with race and weight gain.

Authors say their previous study plus the current study helped them in developing a tool to evaluate heart disease risk and also provides a suggestion for lifestyle modifications to reduce heart disease risk in women.



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The researchers studied more than 520 women residing in Chicago and Pittsburgh, aged around 51 years with different stages of the menopause. They examined CT scans of the participants and blood pressure (BP). The study results show

  • Increased risk of fatty heart with an increased overall body fat in both black and white women.
  • A higher amount of fat around the heart of a white woman compared with a black woman of the same body mass index (BMI).
  • Likely chances to accumulate fat around the heart of a black woman who used to store fat around the midsection during middle age.
  • But the results are different among white women. Increased chances to accumulate fat around the heart of a white woman irrespective of the location of body fat during middle ages.

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The researchers say the worst outcomes in the heart health with abdominal fat for black men and women and the worst outcomes in the heart health with higher BMI for white men and women. Lead author of the study was Samar El Khoudary, Ph.D., associate professor, epidemiology, Pitts Graduate School of Public Health, Pittsburgh, United States. The study findings were published on August 2, 2017, in the journal Menopause. Title of the article was "Cardiovascular fat in women at midlife: effects of race, overall adiposity and central adiposity. The SWAN Cardiovascular Fat Study".



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Increased risk of cardiovascular diseases from pneumonia or sepsis infection

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A study on 236,939 Swedish men, born between 1952 and 1956, shows enhanced risk in adults with cardiovascular diseases and admission to the hospital even if the patient recovers from pneumonia or sepsis infection.


Increased risk of cardiovascular diseases and admission to hospital with pneumonia or sepsis infection.

The study shows the incidence of inflammation even after five years in patients recovered from pneumonia or sepsis infection. Heart diseases such as cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, heart diseases and stroke are associated with inflammation.



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The following table shows risk of cardiovascular diseases after recovery from pneumonia or sepsis infection even after considering other risk factors such as obesity (overweight or higher body mass index. BMI) low physical activity (or sedentary behavior or couch potato behavior), high blood pressure (BP or hypertension) and household crowding (means needing one or more bedrooms at home) in childhood.


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Years after pneumonia
or sepsis infection
* Enhanced risk of cardiovascular diseases
First year 6.33 times
Second year 2.47 times
Third year 2.12 times
Fifth-year Nearly two times
* Including coronary heart disease and stroke.

Co-author of the study was Scott Montgomery, Adjunct Professor, Orebro University, Sweden. The study was published on August 1, 2017, in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. Title of the article was "Severe infections and subsequent delayed cardiovascular disease."



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