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A Longitudinal Study of Coronary Heart Disease
Certain of the data accumulated over the course of more than 4 years in a prospective study of coronary heart disease being carried on in an industrial population have been presented.In a baseExpand
Fish consumption and mortality from coronary heart disease.
Ill-Advised: Presidential Health and Public Trust
This volume presents a discussion of "the willingness of presidents of the United States or their physicians, and sometimes presidents with their physicians, to cover up their illnesses." This is anExpand
Risks of mild hypertension: a ten-year report
  • O. Paul
  • Medicine
  • British heart journal
  • 1971
Data relating to the risks of hypertension are presented from six prospective studies of cardiovascular disease initiated in the United States 1948–1958. 6640 men, aged 30 to 59 when first seen, wereExpand
PREVALENCE OF CHRONIC BRONCHITIS IN AN AMERICAN MALE URBAN INDUSTRIAL POPULATION.
Inheritance of hypertension.
Duration of hospitalization in "uncomplicated completed acute myocardial infarction". An Ad Hoc Committee review.
The clinical and laboratory findings diagnostic of acute myocardial infarction include at least two of the following: (1) a history of pain consistent with myocardial ischemia, (2)Expand
Sucrose intake and coronary heart-disease.
Abstract Some of the material from a long-term prospective study of coronary heart-disease was reviewed to assess the relationship between sucrose intake and coronary disease. Individuals whoExpand
Physical activity and coronary heart disease: Part I: Dr. Fox
Abstract 1. 1. The more active men in most study data are less subject to coronary heart disease, even less to myocardial infarction, and much less to sudden death. The data refer to bothExpand
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