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18 Views no discussions Share Share The researchers looked at the distance around the hips and waist to measure the fat around the belly.People with coronary artery disease have an increased risk of death if they have fat around the waist, according to researchers in the US.The Mayo Clinic team, which analysed data from five studies involving 15,923 patients, found this even affected people with a normal Body Mass Index.In the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, they said people with waist fat should try to lose weight.The British Heart Foundation said those with heart disease should be vigilant.The researchers at the Mayo Clinic looked at the distance around the hips and waist to measure the fat around the belly, and BMI which is a measure comparing height and weight.There was a 75% increased risk of death for patients with high levels of fat around the waist compared with those with thin waists.Even patients with a normal weight, a BMI between 20 and 25, had this increased risk of death if they were carrying fat around the waist.‘Major risk’Dr Thais Coutinho, from the Mayo Clinic, said: “BMI is just a measure of weight in proportion to height. What seems to be more important is how the fat is distributed on the body.”The researchers argue that doctors should take waist and hip measurements for all patients with coronary artery disease in order to give patients advice on how to reduce their risk.Dr Mike Knapton, associate medical director at the British Heart Foundation, said: “This study shows that abdominal obesity is the major risk factor for patients with coronary heart disease even if they have a normal BMI and are a healthy weight.“The study only looked at patients with coronary heart disease, but it confirms the idea that abdominal fat is ‘toxic’ and is associated with a number of other risk factors for the disease such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes.“It can be confusing to hear that raised BMI is bad for you and then to hear that waist circumference is the important measure, rather than BMI. I would advise that your BMI should generally be between 20 and 25 and if you have heart disease you need to be extra vigilant if you are carrying excess weight on your waist.”BBC News Share Tweet Sharing is caring! HealthLifestyle Waist fat ‘increases heart risk’ by: – May 3, 2011 read more
5. MORE FORMULA 1: Full 2019 Grand Prix scheduleThe driver who has had the most success in F1 this season also happens to be the driver who has had the most success in Hungary of late. Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton, the leader in F1 points standings with seven wins this year, is eyeing a second consecutive victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix. Hamilton also has the most career victories (six) at the Hungarian Grand Prix.As for the winner of last week’s F1 race, Max Verstappen, the Red Bull driver has notched points in 20 consecutive races, his best streak in F1 and the best current run of any active driver.Below is all you need to know about the 2019 German Grand Prix, including how to watch and live stream the race.F1 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix start time, how to watchDate: Sunday, Aug. 4Time: 9:05 a.m. ETTV channel: ESPN2Live stream: ESPN appF1 TV schedule, live stream for Hungarian Grand PrixAs it has in years past, in the United States, ESPN will broadcast Sky Sports’ presentation of all 2019 F1 races.Below is the TV and live streaming schedule for Hungarian Grand Prix practice, qualifying and race presentations on ESPN platforms Friday, Saturday and Sunday.Friday, Aug. 2EventStart timeTV channelLive streamPractice 14:55 a.m. ETESPN2ESPN appPractice 28:55 a.m. ETESPNUESPN appSaturday, Aug. 3EventStart timeTV channelLive streamPractice 35:55 a.m. ETESPN2ESPN appQualifying8:55 a.m. ETESPN2ESPN appSunday, Aug. 4EventStart timeTV channelLive streamPre-race show8:30 a.m. ETESPN2ESPN appRace9:05 a.m. ETESPN2ESPN appRace (re-air)7 p.m. ETESPNEWSN/ARace (re-air)11 p.m. ETESPN2N/AGerman Grand Prix qualifying results, starting lineupF1 qualifying for the 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix is scheduled to take place Saturday, Aug. 3 at 8:55 a.m. ET and will be shown live on ESPN2 and the ESPN app.Fun fact: The next driver to secure a maiden career pole position will be the 100th different driver to do so in F1 history. 16. 2. 17. The F1 qualifying results and starting grid for the 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix will be posted upon completion of Saturday’s session.Pos.DriverCar/team1. The F1 2019 schedule reaches its 12th race of the season Sunday, the Hungarian Grand Prix in Mogyoród, Hungary. ESPN2 returns as the TV channel that will broadcast this weekend’s Formula 1 race, with a start time of 9:05 a.m. ET on Sunday. The Hungarian Grand Prix also can be live streamed via the ESPN app.The Hungarian Grand Prix in 2019 returns to the Hungaroring. The 14-turn, 4.381-kilometer course first hosted a Formula 1 race in 1986 and is known for its curve-heavy layout that forces drivers to focus on rhythm more than raw speed. Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix is scheduled for 70 laps and a total distance of 306.63 kilometers. 13. 3. 20. 9. 12. 10. 7. 6. 15. 14. 4. 18. 11. 19. 8. Hungarian Grand Prix facts, notesF1 Opta facts:Sebastian Vettel and Hamilton have alternated victories across the last four F1 races in Hungary, with the British driver winning last year.If Hamilton wins the 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix, it will be the second time he has recorded consecutive wins at the Hungaroring (2012, 2013). He’d be the first driver to achieve this feat twice.Hamilton (six) is one pole position shy of equaling Michael Schumacher (seven) as the driver with the most poles at the Hungarian GP.Valtteri Bottas needs one more win in 2019 to equal his tally of three victories in 2017, his most successful season in F1 so far.Bottas has finished on the podium only once in his last six races at the Hungarian GP (third in 2017).Vettel has a chance to make the Hungaroring the most successful circuit of his Ferrari career; so far he has two victories there with Scuderia, as many as at Albert Park in Melbourne and the Bahrain Grand Prix.With his withdrawal at the German GP, Charles Leclerc ended a streak of four consecutive races on the podium, the best run of his F1 career.No team has more victories at Hungaroring than McLaren (11), although the team has not won there since 2012 (Lewis Hamilton).Ferrari (eight) needs one more pole position to overtake McLaren as the team with the most poles at the Hungarian GP.The pole winner has gone on to win the Hungarian Grand Prix in only four of the last 11 years.Kimi Raikkonen has the most podium finishes of any driver at Hungaroring (nine). He also has the joint-most fastest laps at the Hungarian GP (four, same as Schumacher).The last time Daniel Ricciardo recorded the fastest lap of a race was at the 2018 Hungarian GP. The Australian has recorded the fastest lap twice in the last four races in Hungary.In Germany, Carlos Sainz recorded his best result with McLaren (fifth). He has secured points in each of his last four races, his best run with the team.Sainz has the chance to record the 100th F1 podium for Spanish drivers (Fernando Alonso 97, Pedro Martínez de la Rosa and Alfonso de Portago).A total of eight driver nationalities have recorded wins at the Hungary GP across the 33 F1 races there: United Kingdom (11), Germany (6), Brazil (6), Finland (4), Australia (2), Canada (2), Spain (1) and Belgium (1).Hungarian Grand Prix: Live updatesF1 Hungarian Grand Prix live updates read more