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Journal of Women's Health, 19 (6), 1059-1072. Heart disease and its risk factors can be treated in three ways: by making heart healthy changes in your daily habits, by taking medication, and in some cases, by having a medical procedure. Effect of garlic on platelet aggregation in patients with increased risk of juvenile ischaemic attack. All study participants were commenced on statin treatment in equipotent doses and were followed for up to 1 year (at 1, 3, 6 and 12 months).

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