Increased risk found to be independent of exposure to these risk factors later in life
Pre-eclampsia is a potentially dangerous condition characterized by high blood pressure that arises in some pregnant women, but a review of published studies indicates that its effects on cardiovascular health can persist well after pregnancy.
A type of blood pressure lowering medication, called a calcium-channel blocker, may be linked with an increased risk of diverticulosis.
An adequate consumption of milk and dairy products at different life stages can help prevent various chronic diseases. For example, there is a positive link between the moderate intake of milk during pregnancy and birth weight, length, and bone mineral content during childhood. In addition, a daily intake of milk and dairy products among elderly people may reduce the risk of frailty and sarcopenia.
Vitamin D deficiency from birth to early childhood was associated with an increased risk of elevated blood pressure in later childhood and adolescence, according to new research in the American Heart Association journal Hypertension.
Experienced runners have elevated cardiac biomarkers after ultramarathons compared to novice runners, however, these biomarkers are below the limits of clinical risk, according to new research published in Heliyon