||Condition in which the walls of arteries became hard and thick, sometimes interfering with blood circulation.
||Blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to other tissues of the body.
||Condition in which fatty deposits accumulate in the lining of the arteries, resulting in restricted, less flexible
pathways for the blood.
||Stands for "Body Mass Index" which is a measurement of body fat and health risks associated with being
overweight. Normal BMI should be in range of 19 to 25. Beyond 27 in BMI are considered as overweight.
||The force of the blood against the walls of the artery.
||Sudden stopping of circulation by cessation of the heartbeat.
||Relating to the heart and blood vessels.
||A fat-like substance in the body that results from either dietary intake or synthesis in the body.
||Stands for "Common Gateway Interface"
||Arteries supplying blood to the heart muscle itself.
|Coronary artery disease (CAD)
||Narrowing or blockage of one or more of the coronary arteries resulting in decreased blood supply to the heart.
||Period during the heart cycle in which the muscle relaxes, followed by contraction (systole). In a blood pressure
reading, the lower number is the diastolic measurement.
||The lowest blood pressure reached during the relaxation of your heart. Recorded as the second number in a blood
||The study of disease trends in a defined human population.
||High-density lipoprotein cholesterol is a type of cholesterol thought to help protect against artherosclerosis;
||Condition in which the blood is pumped through the body under abnormally high pressure; also known as high blood
||Stands for HyperText Markup Language which is the language that puts the face on the Web.
||Descriptive term for a fat or fat-like substance found in the blood, such as cholesterol.
||Proteins combined with lipids to make them dissolve in blood.
||Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol provides cholesterol for necessary body functions, but in excessive amounts
it tends to accumulate in artery walls; known as "bad" cholesterol.
||Abnormal body weight, usually defined as more than 20 percent above average for age, height and bone structure.
||Stands for Practical Extraction and Report Language -- it is a programming language, well known for web-based programming.
||The portion of the heart cycle during which the heart muscle is contracting.
||The highest blood pressure produced by the contraction of the heart. Recorded as the first number in your blood