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Volume 2015, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 2305-7823
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Abstract

Shikany et al used data from 17,418 participants in the REGARDS study, a national, population-based, longitudinal study of white and black adults aged ≥ 45 years, enrolled between 2003–2007. They examined 536 acute coronary heart disease events at follow-up (median 5.8 years) in relation to five dietary patterns (Convenience, Plant-based, Sweets, Southern, and Alcohol and Salad). After adjustment for baseline variables, the highest consumers of the Southern pattern experienced a 56% higher hazard for acute CHD.

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2015-12-01
2019-09-20
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  • Article Type: Research Article
Keyword(s): coronary artery disease , diet , follow-up and nutrition
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