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The team also found that exposure to tobacco smoke increases the risk of heart attack in both former and non-smokers. The results suggest that people may with the highest levels of exposure to second-hand smoke for 22 hours or more per week increases the risk of heart attack by about 45 percent.
In collaboration with colleagues from 52 countries, they calculated the risk of heart attack for various forms of active tobacco use and second hand smoking in all areas of the world. The INTERHEART study included data from more than 27,000 people in 52 countries. In their calculations, the investigators accounted for other lifestyle factors that might influence the risk of heart attack, such as diet and age.Most dietary experts warn from plants and Italian food served in in many Italian restaurants in the the U.S. – in which hard cheese, meat and fats – not to be confused with a Mediterranean diet.
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