Saffolalife study reveals that 71% Delhites are at high cardiovascular disease risk

The Saffolalife Study 2013, India’s largest study on risk factors precipitating heart disease, found that more than 70% of 1.86 lakh urban Indian respondents are at cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk. When the study was conducted among 23,313 Delhi respondents over a period of three years, it was revealed that 71% of participants from Delhi had a high risk of CVD. The study revealed that 54% of respondents in Delhi were obese and 6% reported to have high risk cholesterol levels.

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