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Muxamedova Muyassar Gafurdjanovna
Arnopolskaya Dina Iosifovna
Tashxodjayeva Asal Aziz qizi


Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) continue to be the leading cause of death globally. While certain risk factors such as age and genetic predisposition are beyond our control, there are several modifiable risk factors that can be managed effectively. This article aims to explore the control and correction of cardiovascular risks by focusing on lifestyle modifications, pharmacological interventions, and emerging approaches in the field.

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Muxamedova Muyassar Gafurdjanovna, Arnopolskaya Dina Iosifovna, & Tashxodjayeva Asal Aziz qizi. (2023). CONTROL AND CORRECTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISKS. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 11(5), 746–748. Retrieved from


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