Thursday, June 30, 2011

Kidney Disease Linked to Future Heart Disease, Stroke Risk

(HealthDay News) -- Patients battling chronic kidney disease face a higher risk for stroke and heart disease, new research reveals.

The findings are reported in a pair of studies, one from the University of California, Los Angeles, and the second from the University of Cambridge in England, that are published in the Oct. 1 edition of BMJ.com.

Past and current indications of a kidney disease-heart disease link prompted the Cambridge team, which was led by Emanuele Di Angelantonio from the department of public health and primary care, and the UCLA team led by Bruce Ovbiagele of the stroke center and department of neurology, to suggest that early signs of kidney disease should be considered a prime factor when screening for heart disease and stroke risk, alongside blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Read more...

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