A multicenter study on the longest lasting cardiovascular disease in the United States received a $ 38 million grant to help researchers study the biology of aging.
A six-year grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to the Framingham Heart Study was announced on Tuesday.
The Boston University, which conducted a 71-year-old study since 1971, said in a statement that it would be used to study patterns of liver fat, platelet function, arteriosclerosis, heart and vital blood vessels and circulating blood proteins. Participants.
Funding also allows you to keep your research running and analyze your data constantly.
The study, which began in 1948, has led to numerous breakthroughs, including the contribution of smoking to heart disease risk, the benefits of physical activity, and the risk of obesity.
Regular exercise can be more beneficial to men than postmenopausal women.
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