The influence of calcium and magnesium in drinking water and diet on cardiovascular risk factors in individuals living in hard and soft water areas with differences in cardiovascular mortality
- CORRELATIONS BETWEEN CALCIUM, MAGNESIUM AND HARDNESS OF WATER IN THE DRINKING WATERS OF DECATUR COUNTY GEORGIA AND THE INCIDENCE OF CARDIOVASCULAR AND CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES. Ojo, Abiodun A.; Sharma, Manju // Georgia Journal of Science;2012, Vol. 70 Issue 2, p101
In this study, we are presenting some link between water hardness, calcium and magnesium levels, cardiovascular diseases and cerebrovascular disease (CVD and CBVD) in Decatur County of Georgia, USA. The drinking water samples from different regions and sources were analyzed by using the...
- High calcium intake increases the risk of death in women. // Reactions Weekly;2/23/2013, Issue 1440, p4
The article presents the findings of a study which found an association between high calcium intake from food and supplements and the increased risk of all-cause and cardiovascular death in women.
- Almonds. Jenkins, Robert E. // Nutritional Perspectives: Journal of the Council on Nutrition;Jan2012, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p13
A few years ago, this subject appeared in Nutrix. Since then, numerous studies have been performed regarding the benefits of almonds, so I think an update is in order.
- Association of serummagnesium levels with the development of left ventricular mass and cardiovascular mortality in a population-based study. Reffelman, T. // Trace Elements & Electrolytes;2012 3rd Quarter, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p216
A conference paper about the correlation of serum magnesium levels with the development of cardiovascular risk factors including hypertension, diabetes mellitus and left ventricular hyper-trophy (LVH) is presented.
- Do calcium plus vitamin D supplements increase cardiovascular risk? Insufficient evidence is available to support or refute the association. Abrahamsen, Bo; Sahota, Opinder // BMJ: British Medical Journal (Overseas & Retired Doctors Edition;4/30/2011, Vol. 342 Issue 7804, p934
In this article, the author discusses the outcomes of several researches and trials that have been conducted to determine whether calcium plus Vitamin D supplements increase risk of cardiovascular diseases. He talks about the strengths and weaknesses of the researches and questions the...
- Calcium Antagonists and Cardiovascular Outcomes in Hypertension. S.M.Z.; Steingart, Richard M. // Cortlandt Forum;05/25/97, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p35
Presents an analysis of the study `Calcium Antagonists and Cardiovascular Outcomes in Hypertension,' by M.H. Alderman et al. published in `Lancet' in 1997. Examination of the safety of calcium channel blockers; Short-acting and long-acting drugs; Increase in the risk of cardiovascular deaths...
- Dense coronary calcium may help, not hurt. // Clinical Advisor;Mar2014, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p28
No abstract available.
- Experts: Calcium doesn't raise heart disease risk. // Chain Drug Review;1/7/2013, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p59
The article informs that there is no increased risk of cardiovascular disease from calcium supplement use, according to an expert panel.
- Yo-yo dieting: Better than no dieting. Pinkowish, Mary Desmond // Patient Care;11/15/1995, Vol. 29 Issue 18, p187
Presents the result of the study on the effects of yo-yo dieting on cardiovascular risk factors. Data from several overweight adults; Correlation between weight and cardiovascular risk factors.