Secondary prevention involves the use of simple aspirin, cholesterol-lowering drugs and blood pressure medications and diuretics, Every personmmunity. The risk of an individual having a heart attack or to reduce a stroke. All these medicines are proved extremely safe and very inexpensive, Yusuf said. ‘The use of simple, inexpensive and widely available treatments like aspirin varied seven-fold in patients with heart attack or stroke among low-income countries and high income countries, while the use of statins varies 20-fold between these countries, ‘the pure study. Yusuf said there was an ‘urgent need ‘for a systematic approach to understand and resolve the causes of the world’s large treatment gap in secondary prevention in the community.

The research data analyzed from national surveys of teens and tobacco consumption in the years 1999 and 2000 The 1999 study surveyed 15,058 students. In 131 schools, while the 2000 survey included 35,828 students in 324 schools. Nearly 8 % of the students were ‘established smokers ‘who said they smoked 20 of the last 30 days preceding the survey were teens boys and white more often than girls and black teenagers established smokers.The investigators found predict the possible to predict a higher risk of development of diabetes and the cardiovascular s disease.

The time is important to notice that such results were obtained with BMI made within the area within the range be deduced as normally.. The study found that an increase in BMI in adolescence has characteristics relationships have type 2 diabetes and cardio disorder in young adults. The researchers demonstrated that diabetes is affected especially by the latest BMI and weight gain. However, for coronary heart disease, two increased BMI in adolescence and is last BMI independent risk factors. The natural progression of coronary artery illness is probably the consequence of progressively atherosclerotic in adolescence and in early adulthood.