Nearly 50 percent may predict death in a Norwegian study of 1.

Nearly 50 percent may predict death in a Norwegian study of 1,623 middle-aged men with follow-up for 26 years, the patients were recruited mainly by large public sector enterprises.

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In 2000, 615 people died, nearly 50 percent of them from cardiovascular causes.Knut Stavem Reports that can predict death, even after adjusting for known risk factors such as age, smoking, systolic blood pressure serum cholesterol and physical fitness as the performance the exercise.For the telephone number via the media and through the media and patients flyer on family physicians, a rheumatologist, pharmacists and spread in outpatient departments hospitals.

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