High Calcium Levels In Middle-Age May Increase Risk Of Heart Failure

Published June 14, 2019 117 Views

Rumble / Health & FitnessAccording to a new study conducted at the University of Sao Paulo, middle-aged people with high levels of coronary artery calcium are at a higher risk for heart failure. Researchers found that the risk is increased up to four times for black people compared to white people. According to UPI, researchers found that when cholesterol, fat and calcified plaque containing calcium accumulates, it creates a condition known as coronary artery calcium or CAC.