Feb 26, 2022 … AARHUS, Denmark — There’s nothing good about suffering from a heart attack, but one study reveals a surprising benefit for patients. Heart attack survivors are less likely to get Parkinson’s disease later in life, research shows. Scientists at Aarhus University in Denmark find that people who suffered a heart attack saw a 20 percent lower…
Individuals who see their blood pressure rise quickly upon standing are almost twice as likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke.
Researchers say the genes which cause the highest risk of heart problems are CDKN2B and PHACTR1 -- which both affect the walls of the heart arteries.
Results show patients who show early signs of dementia after suffering a heart attack are more likely to deteriorate quickly.
Tests show the computer program can predict patients at risk of a heart attack in the next 12 months with up to 80 percent accuracy.
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