Paving the Path to Healthy Arteries: Understanding and Preventing Atherosclerosis

2023-08-18 08:13:13 Suncheon Lee / Director, Interventional Vascular Surgery, Gwangyang Sarang Hospital Atherosclerosis (atherosclerosis) affects the whole body and can be a factor in the occurrence of life-threatening complications such as cerebral infarction (stroke, stroke), angina pectoris (myocardial infarction), and peripheral vascular disease. Atherosclerosis is a term that combines hardening (hard) in a thick state … Read more

[직장인 건강통계학❽] Are you having trouble sleeping because of urinating?

Kim Hae-yang, an office worker in his 40s, is experiencing physical changes that are different from before, such as hungry, thirsty, and urinating frequently even after eating these days. In addition, he lost weight for no reason and his lethargy worsened, so he went to the hospital and underwent a thorough check-up. Consequences of diabetes … Read more

Arteriosclerosis can be reversed!This prevents myocardial infarction | heart | coronary artery | sudden death

In everyone’s mind,myocardial infarctionIt is a disease of middle-aged and elderly people, but in recent years, the incidence of myocardial infarction is getting younger and younger. How to avoid myocardial infarction? First, you need to know exactly how a myocardial infarction occurs. Cardiovascular is so narrow that a tiny plaque can block it Let’s first … Read more

Discovery of T cell group that promotes arteriosclerosis, the number one cause of death from disease : Dong-A Science

Inflammation in response to bad cholesterol LDL → Accelerates the progression of arteriosclerosis A ‘regulatory T cell’-like T cell group, a tendency to attack specific lipoproteins, a thesis on ‘Nature Cardiovascular Research’, La Jolla Institute of Immunology, USA Inflammation in response to bad cholesterol LDL → accelerates the progression of arteriosclerosis A group of ‘regulatory … Read more

From 50 it gets serious: These diseases threaten “best agers”

Osteoporosis, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases: Susceptibility to these diseases increases from midlife. Luckily, you can counteract this with a few simple measures. osteoporosis: Bones become brittle with age It is normal for bone density to decrease with age. at osteoporosis (bone loss) this process is accelerated. Bone loss begins earlier in women than in men. Due … Read more