A new study has found that people who skip or eat very little amount in the breakfast could be doubling their risk of cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease is often associated with the fat build-up in arteries or atherosclerosis and is the leading cause of death and disability in the UK.
It was found that people whose breakfast contained less than 5% of the recommended daily calorie intake had twice the number of atherosclerotic plaques as compared to those who ate a high-energy b
An article from September issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings says that woman who have a past history of pre-eclampsia are more prone to atherosclerosis. But this atherosclerosis (hardening and narrowing of blood vessels) may not occur soon after pregnancy, but may appear decades after the pregnancy. Pre-eclampsia can affect 2 to 7 of pregnancies and is commonly characterized by increased blood pressure which can occur soon after pregnancy or may develop slowly.
Several observational and follow-