Prevalence of risk factors for coronary artery disease in an urban Indian population
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    Prevention of Risk Factors: Eat and Have Physical Activity What Our Grandparents Used to Have.
    • Rajeev Gupta, Consultant Cardiologist,
    • Other Contributors:
      • Neelesh Gupta and Nayan Gupta

    "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." Hippocrates

    We read with interest the study by T.Sekhri,R.S.Kanwar et al(1).The authors needs to be congratulated for such a meticulous and unique study involving subjects from all over India.The study is first of its kind in India and an eye-opener. However,the following issues we shall like to share:

    1.As it was a non-interventional and free-of-cos...

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