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Asthma Has Increased the Risk of Heart Disease

A new study has found people with Asthma may be at increased risk of developing heart disease. Adults aged 18 to 57 with an allergic condition had a greater risk of high blood pressure. The study will be presented at the American College of Cardiology and Korean Society of Cardiology’s spring meeting in Gyeongju, South Korea.

According to the experts, those with Asthma had the highest risk of high blood pressure. CDC said that high blood pressure, cholesterol, lack of physical activities, obesity, diabetes, smoking, and a family history of cardiovascular disorders, are all major causes of heart disease. The old study has shown a relationship between allergy illnesses and heart disease, but the link has been disputed. Scientists used data from almost 10,000 patients with allergies who took part in the 2012 National Health Interview Assessment of the US population to test their beliefs.

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