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VEGETARIAN DIET LOWERS RISK OF HEART DISEASE BY A THIRD: New research shows that those who adhere to a vegetarian diet have a 32 percent lower risk of hospitalization or death from cardiovascular disease than people who consume meat and fish. (Heart disease is the biggest cause of death in developed countries. This study is the largest yet to compare cardiovascular disease rates between vegetarians and meat eaters.) The analysis included nearly 45,000 participants of whom 34 percent. Most similar studies do not have such a significant representation of vegetarians, making the results of this study more accurate. Those on a vegetarian diet generally had lower BMI or body mass indices and fewer cases of diabetes. After controlling for certain variables that may have affected the results, such as smoking, age, physical activity, alcohol intake, socioeconomic background, and educational level, the scientists came up with the statistic of 32 percent risk reduction. Most of the heart-health benefits were likely caused by effects on cholesterol and blood pressure. This study is published in the March 2013 issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, but it has now been made available online at http://tinyurl.com/avdxebs to journal subscribers or those who pay the access fee.

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New research has found that long after a smoker leaves the area, lingering secondhand smoke becomes something much more deadly: third-hand smoke, which is absorbed into dust particles and inhaled, causing liver dysfunction that leads to a much greater risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

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