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Ischemic heart disease incidence and mortality rates may be negatively associated with the consumption of vegetarian diets.
The probability of developing and dying from cancer and ischemic heart disease is low in vegetarians.
A study summary that investigated the adherence to vegetarian diet-reduced colorectal cancer risk connection hypothesis.
Non vegetarians are much more liable to die from ischemic heart disease than vegetarians.
The chance of avoiding gallstones is higher in women who are vegetarians compared to non-vegetarians.
Low risk of symptomless diverticular disease is associated with vegetarians.
Strict adherence to plant-based diets may have favorable effects on cardiovascular and metabolic health.
The offspring of women who regularly consumed sweets, fried foods, and cured meat during pregnancy may have a high propensity to develop unilateral retinoblastoma.
A plant-based diet may be beneficial in the treatment and prevention of heart failure.
Hypertension may occur with greater incidence in non-vegetarians than in vegetarians.
Vegetarians may have a lower tendency of dying from chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular and kidney ailments, than non-vegetarians.