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Haemoglobin A1C for coronary heart disease risk stratification in non-diabetic patients

Diabetes is one of the top chronic diseases in India and it is well known to have a correlation to coronary heart disease through the Haemoglobin A1C (HbA1C) marker. HbA1C, a clinical marker of glycated haemoglobin, is increasingly being used to diagnose diabetes. As it is a time-integrated marker, it… 

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Excessive vitamin D correlated with higher blood levels of the inflammatory marker C-reactive protein

The inverse association between serum vitamin D level and the serum level of the inflammatory marker C-reactive protein (CRP) is apparent only at low levels of vitamin D. At levels of serum vitamin D above the median, serum CRP actually increases, a recent study found. CRP, which measures general levels… 

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