Books on health-related issues. Most of his work has centered on how to restore and/or maintain good health in the face of the many different forms of toxicity that all of us face, typically on a daily basis




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Thomas E. Levy, M.D., J.D.
About 2000 Citations on Cardiovascular Disease, Toxicity and Related Issues
Extracted from Two of his Published Books


About Dr. Levy



Dr. Thomas E. Levy is a board certified cardiologist and he has written six books on health-related issues. Most of his work has centered on how to restore and/or maintain good health in the face of the many different forms of toxicity that all of us face, typically on a daily basis.

Extracted from “STOP America's #1 Killer”


References

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Adams, C. and R. Morgan (1967) The effect of saturated and polyunsaturated lecithins on the resorption of 4-14C-cholesterol from subcutaneous implants. Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 94(1):73-76.

Adams, C., Y. Abdulla, O. Bayliss, and R. Morgan (1967) Modification of aortic atheroma and fatty liver in saturated and polyunsaturated lecithins. Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology 94(1):77-87.

Aleo, J. (1981) Diabetes and periodontal disease. Possible role of vitamin╩C deficiency: an hypothesis. Journal of Periodontology 52(5):251-254.

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Anitschkow, N. (1933) Experimental arteriosclerosis in animals. In: Cowdry, E. (ed) Arteriosclerosis: A Survey of the Problem. New York, NY: The Macmillan Company.

Appels, A., C. Jenkins, and R. Rosenman (1982) Coronary-prone behavior in the Netherlands: a cross-cultural validation study. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 5(1):83-90.

Appels, A., P. Mulder, M. van’t Hof, C. Jenkins, J. van Houtem, and F. Tan (1987) A prospective study of the Jenkins Activity Survey as a risk indicator for coronary heart disease in the Netherlands. Journal of Chronic Diseases 40(10):959-965.

Archer, S., K. Liu, A. Dyer, K. Ruth, D. Jacobs, Jr., L. van Horn, J. Hilner, and P. Savage (1998) Relationship between changes in dietary sucrose and high density lipoprotein cholesterol: the CARDIA study. Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults. Annals of Epidemiology 8(7):433-438.

Ariyo, A., M. Haan, C. Tangen, J. Rutledge, M. Cushman, A. Dobs, and C. Furberg (2000) Depressive symptoms and risks of coronary heart disease and mortality in elderly Americans. Cardiovascular Health Study Collaborative Research Group. Circulation 102(15):1773-1779.

Arntz, H., S. Willich, C. Schreiber, T. Bruggemann, R. Stern, and H. Schultheiss (2000) Diurnal, weekly and seasonal variation of sudden death. Population-based analysis of 24,061 consecutive cases. European Heart Journal 21(4):259-261.

Austin, M., M. King, K. Vranizan, and R. Krauss (1990) Atherogenic lipoprotein phenotype. A proposed genetic marker for coronary heart disease risk. Circulation 82(2):495-506.

Babu, J., S. Sundravel, G. Arumugam, R. Renuka, N. Deepa, and P. Sachdanandam (2000) Salubrious effect of vitamin╩C and vitamin E on tamoxifen-treated women in breast cancer with reference to plasma lipid and lipoprotein levels. Cancer Letters 151(1):1-5.

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Banerjee, S. and A. Bandyopadhyay (1963) Plasma lipids in scurvy: effect of ascorbic acid supplement and insulin treatment. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 112:372-374.

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Bates, C., C. Walmsley, A. Prentice, and S. Finch (1998) Does vitamin╩C reduce blood pressure? Results of a large study of people aged 65 or older. Journal of Hypertension 16(7):925-932.

Baynes, J. (1991) Role of oxidative stress in development of complications in diabetes. Diabetes 40(4):405-412.

Beck, J., J. Pankow, H. Tyroler, and S. Offenbacher (1999) Dental infections and atherosclerosis. American Heart Journal 138(5 Pt 2):S528-533.

Becker, A., O. de Boer, and A. van der Wal (2001) The role of inflammation and infection in coronary heart disease. Annual Review of Medicine 52:289-297.

Beetens, J., M. Coene, A. Verheyen, L. Zonnekeyn, and A. Herman (1984) Influence of vitamin╩C on the metabolism of arachidonic acid and the development of aortic lesions during experimental atherosclerosis in rabbits. Biomedica Biochimica Acta 43(8-9):S273-S276.

Belting, C., J. Hinkler, and C. Dummett (1964) Influence of diabetes mellitus on the severity of periodontal disease. Journal of Periodontology 35:476.

Bensley, S. (1934) On the presence, properties and distribution of the intercellular ground substance of loose connective tissue. The Anatomical Record 60:93-109.

Berenson, G. (1961) Studies of “ground substance” of the vessel wall and alterations in atherosclerosis and related diseases. Journal of Atherosclerosis Research 1:386-393.

Bielak, L., G. Klee, P. Sheedy, S. Turner, R. Schwartz, and P. Peyser (2000) Association of fibrinogen with quantity of coronary artery calcification measured by electron beam computed tomography. Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology 20(9):2167-2171.

Bielicki, J., M. McCall, J. van den Berg, F. Kuypers, and T. Forte (1995) Copper and gas-phase cigarette smoke inhibit plasma lecithin:cholesterol acyltransferase activity by different mechanisms. Journal of Lipid Research 36(2):322-331.

Bigley, R., M. Wirth, D. Layman, M. Riddle, and L. Stankova (1983) Interaction between glucose and dehydroascorbate transport in human neutrophils and fibroblasts. Diabetes 32(6):545-548.

Bishop, N., C. Schorah, and J. Wales (1985) The effect of vitamin╩C supplementation on diabetic hyperlipidaemia: a double blind, crossover study. Diabetic Medicine: A Journal of the British Diabetic Association 2(2):121-124.

Blake-Mortimer, J., A. Winefield, and A. Chalmers (1998) The effect of depression in an animal model on 5’-ectonucleotidase, antibody production, and tissue ascorbate stores. The Journal of General Psychology 125(2):129-146.

Blanck, T. and B. Peterkofsky (1975) The stimulation of collagen secretion by ascorbate as a result of increased proline hydroxylation in chick embryo fibroblasts. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 171(1):259-267.

Bloomer, A., S. Nash, H. Price, and R. Welch (1977) A study of pesticide residues in Michigan’s general population, 1968-70. Pesticides Monitoring Journal 11(3):111-115.

Blum, A., V. Hadas, M. Burke, I. Yust, and A. Kessler (2005) Viral load of the human immunodeficiency virus could be an independent risk factor for endothelial dysfunction. Clinical Cardiology 28(3):149-153.

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Boers, G. (2000) Mild hyperhomocysteinemia is an independent risk factor of arterial vascular disease. Seminars in Thrombosis and Hemostasis 26(3):291-295.

Booker, W., F. DaCosta, W. Jones, C. Froix, and E. Robinson (1957) Cholesterol-ascorbic acid relationship; changes in plasma and cell ascorbic acid and plasma cholesterol following administration of ascorbic acid and cholesterol. American Journal of Physiology 189:75-77.

Boonmark, N., X. Lou, Z. Yang, K. Schwartz, J. Zhang, E. Rubin, and R. Lawn (1997) Modification of apolipoprotein(a) lysine binding site reduces atherosclerosis in transgenic mice. Journal of Clinical Investigation 100(3):558-564.

Boos, C. and G. Lip (2006) Blood clotting, inflammation, and thrombosis in cardiovascular events: perspectives. Frontiers in Bioscience: a Journal and Virtual Library 11:328-336.

Bordia, A., D. Paliwal, K. Jain, and L. Kothari (1978) Acute effect of ascorbic acid on fibrinolytic activity. Atherosclerosis 30(4):351-354.

Boskey, A., R. Blank, and S. Doty (2001) Vitamin╩C-sulfate inhibits mineralization in chondrocyte cultures: a caveat. Matrix Biology: Journal of the International Society for Matrix Biology 20(2):99-106.

Bostom, A., L. Yanek, A. Hume, C. Eaton, W. McQuade, M. Nadeau, G. Perrone, P. Jacques, and J. Selhub (1994) High dose ascorbate supplementation fails to affect plasma homocyst(e)ine levels in patients with coronary heart disease. Atherosclerosis 111(2):267-270.

Bothwell, T., B. Bradlow, P. Jacobs, K. Keeley, S. Kramer, H. Seftel, and S Zail (1964) Iron metabolism in scurvy with special reference to erythropoiesis. British Journal of Haematology 10:50.

Boumans, P. and P. Mier (1970) Cutaneous acid mucopolysaccharides in ascorbic acid deficiency. Dermatologica 141(3):234-238.

Bourne, G. (1942) Vitamin╩C and repair of injured tissues. Lancet 2:661-664.

Bourquin, A. and E. Musmanno (1953) Preliminary report on the effect of smoking on the ascorbic acid content of whole blood. American Journal of Digestive Diseases 20:75-77.

Boushey, C., S. Beresford, G. Omenn, and A. Motulsky (1995) A quantitative assessment of plasma homocysteine as a risk factor for vascular disease. Probable benefits of increasing folic acid intakes. Journal of the American Medical Association 274(13):1049-1057.

Brophy, J., P. Brassard, and C. Bourgault (2005) The benefit of cholesterol-lowering medications after coronary revascularization: a population study. American Heart Journal 150(2):282-286.

Brown, B., J. Albers, L. Fisher, S. Schaefer, J. Lin, C. Kaplan, X. Zhao, B. Risson, V. Fitzpatrick, and H. Dodge (1990) Regression of coronary artery disease as a result of intensive lipid-lowering therapy in men with high levels of apolipoprotein B. The New England Journal of Medicine 323(19):1289-1298.

Brown, B., X. Zhao, D. Sacco, and J. Albers (1993) Arteriographic view of treatment to achieve regression of coronary atherosclerosis and to prevent plaque disruption and clinical cardiovascular events. British Heart Journal 69(1 Suppl):S48-S53.

Brown, B., X. Zhao, D. Sacco, and J. Albers (1993a) Atherosclerosis regression, plaque disruption, and cardiovascular events: a rationale for lipid lowering in coronary artery disease. Annual Review of Medicine 44:365-376.

Brown, B., X. Zhao, D. Sacco, and J. Albers (1993b) Lipid lowering and plaque regression. New insights into prevention of plaque disruption and clinical events in coronary disease. Circulation 87(6):1781-1791.

Brown, D., W. Giles, and J. Croft (2001) White blood cell count: an independent predictor of coronary heart disease mortality among a national cohort. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 54(3):316-322.

Brown, M. and J. Goldstein (1983) Lipoprotein metabolism in the macrophage: implications for cholesteroldeposition in atherosclerosis. Annual Review of Biochemistry 52:223-261.

Brown, M. and J. Goldstein (1987) Plasma lipoproteins: teaching old dogmas new tricks. Nature 330(6144):113-114.

Buchwald, H., R. Varco, J. Matts, J. Long, L. Fitch, G. Campbell, M. Pearce, A. Yellin, W. Edmiston, R. Smink, Jr. et al. (1990) Effect of partial ileal bypass on mortality and morbidity from coronary heart disease in patients with hypercholesterolemia. Report of the Program on the Surgical Control of Hyperlipidemias (POSCH). The New England Journal of Medicine 323(14):946-955.

Buddecke, E. (1962) Chemical changes in the ground substance of the vessel wall in arteriosclerosis. Journal of Atherosclerosis Research 2:32-46.

Buffon, A., G. Liuzzo, L. Biasucci, P. Pasqualetti, V. Ramazzotti, A. Rebuzzi, F. Crea, and A. Maseri (1999) Preprocedural serum levels of C-reactive protein predict early complications and late restenosis after coronary angioplasty. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 34(5):1512-1521.

Bunout, D., A. Garrido, M. Suazo, R. Kauffman, P. Venegas, P. de la Maza, M. Petermann, and S. Hirsch (2000) Effects of supplementation with folic acid and antioxidant vitamins on homocysteine levels and LDL oxidation in coronary patients. Nutrition 16(2):107-110.

Burke, A., P. Varghese, E. Peterson, G. Malcolm, A. Farb, and R. Virmani (2001) Large lipid core and extensive plaque burden are features of coronary atherosclerosis in patients with non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 37(2 Supp A):257A.

Burkhardt, D. and P. Ghosh (1987) Laboratory evaluation of antiarthritic drugs as potential chondroprotective agents. Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism 17(2 Suppl 1):3-34.

Cameron, E. (1976) Biological function of ascorbic acid and the pathogenesis of scurvy: a working hypothesis. Medical Hypotheses 2(4):154-163.

Cantin, B., D. Zhu, P. Wen, S. Panchal, J. Gwathmey, G. Reaven, and H. Valantine (2002) Preferential involvement of larger vessels in a rat model of diabetes-induced graft vasculopathy. The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation: the Official Publication of the International Society for Heart Transplantation 21(9):1040-1043.

Capuano, V., N. Lamaida, M. De Martino, and G. Mazzotta (1995) Association between white blood cell count and risk factors of coronary artery disease. Giornale Italiano di Cardiologia 25(9):1145-1152.

Carlson, L., M. Danielson, I. Ekberg, B. Klintemar, and G. Rosenhamer (1977) Reduction of myocardial reinfarction by the combined treatment with clofibrate and nicotinic acid. Atherosclerosis 28(1):81-86.

Carlson, L. and L. Bottiger (1985) Risk factors for ischaemic heart disease in men and women. Results of the 19-year follow-up of the Stockholm Prospective Study. Acta Medica Scandinavica 218(2):207-211.
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