It is necessary to note that these life-style behaviors are modifiable, and changing from high-risk to low-risk behaviors can have great impact on cardiovascular health, said Akesson. However, the best thing one can do is to look at healthy lifestyle options early in life. The researchers, led by Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator Richard P. Lifton, who’s at Yale University School of Medicine, october 22 published their findings, 2004, in Technology Express, an online component of the journal Science. Gerald I. Shulman, another HHMI investigator at the Yale College of Medicine, was also an author on the paper.Ida Odinga, the wife of Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga, U.S. Congresswoman Karen Bass, a representative of the united states Global Wellness Initiative, Ambassador Amina Salum Al of the African Union and United Nations Foundation’s CEO, Kathy Calvin. ‘Today we bring together, leaders and practitioners in the field of economic development, to discuss the continuing future of advancement in Africa,’ commented Joanne Manrique, Editor and Chief of Global Wellness & Diplomacy . ‘And with any meaningful discussion of advancement it is vital that we look at strategies to empower women and give them gain access to to the abilities and tools essential to still left themselves and their countries out of poverty.’ Related StoriesReducing medical center readmissions through Transitional Treatment: an interview with Rani KhetarpalCancer diagnosis improvements in England: an interview with Lucy Elliss-BrookesApplying a high restaurant model to health care communications: an interview with Brandi Robinson, Sanofi’Females play a central part in the world and specifically, Africa,’ said Kathy Calvin, CEO for the United Nations Foundation .’ ‘Africare realizes that improving the condition of women isn’t just about the average person woman.