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Young Adults and Heart Disease
An overview of the risk factors that contribute to heart disease with specific relation to the younger population group.
# 108421 | 3,900 words | 17 sources | MLA | 2008 | US

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The paper discusses the subject of heart disease in young adults, with information for young adults to assist them with their understanding of cardiovascular disease (CVD). The paper comments that many young adults consider heart disease as an old person's disease. The paper also notes that young adults may become more aware that individuals of all ages, even their age, can have CVD. The paper provides the strategies presented to combat heart disease. Charts, tables, and a flow chart are included with the paper.

More than Knowing Something
Research Considerations
Current and Projected Concerns
Strategies to Address Concerns
The Causes and Cures Contributed to Heart Disease
Programs Can...
New Considerations
Coffee... Tea... Vitamin C Claims
Steps to Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease
Congenital and Chronic Disease Concerns
Hope for Children with Congenital Heart Disease
Most Likely - Yet Less Likely
Tomorrow's Time Bomb Question?
Can Heart Disease be Prevented?
Do The Right Thing
Unlearning Risk Factors

Sample of Sources Used:

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  • "Clinical Data Shows Vitamin C May Reduce Risks of Cancer, Heart Disease and Variety of Other Health Disorders." Business Wire, 09/24/2007. 16 Oct. 2007, from <>.
  • "Drinking tea or coffee cuts heart disease risk in elderly." Europe Intelligence Wire, 02/24/2007. 16 Oct. 2007, from <>.
  • "Dairy Curbs Heart Disease and Diabetes." USA Today (Society for the Advancement of Education) Feb. 2003: 8. Questia. 17 Oct. 2007 <>.
  • Field, Marilyn J. "When Children Die." Issues in Science and Technology Spring 2003: 93+. Questia. 17 Oct. 2007 <>.

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