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Lifestyle measures to tackle atherosclerotic disease

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Epidemiological studies show that lifestyle, including diet, affects risk for coronary heart disease (CHD) and stroke. Here, we discuss how lifestyle changes can improve outlook in high-risk individuals, that is, people who have clinically obvious atherosclerotic disease, or those who are at significant risk of developing the problem.

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