This research study was conducted on 100,000 participants including both HIV and non-HIV patients, aged around 48 years on an average. The results were published in the Journal of the American Heart Association where the participants with higher levels of bilirubin had 76% risk for cardiovascular diseases as same as the group with the lower bilirubin levels.
Women who started menstruating at the age of 11 or younger, or entered menopause before 47, face a higher risk of heart disease and stroke, according to a study published Tuesday. Miscarriage, stillbirth, undergoing a hysterectomy, and bearing children at a young age were also associated with elevated odds of cardiovascular problems later in life, researchers found.
New US research has found that being married may have a protective effect for patients who have suspected or confirmed heart disease, with those who are unmarried, divorced, or widowed all at a higher risk of death than married patients.
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