Heart Disease and Environment

HEART -- Diseases -- Environmental aspects
HOMOCYSTEINE
CORONARY heart disease

Abstract:Reports on the relationship between heart disease and the environment. Occurrence of heart disease, cancer and other degenerative disorders among populations of the industrialized nations; Lack of nutrients in food despite its abundance; Nutrients that prevent homocysteine build-up; Hypothesis that medical radiation, even at the lowest doses, can cause death from ischemic heart disease.

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