Diets that promote the consumption of foods rich in lycopene may make an individual less likely to have a calcified abdominal aorta.
Eating cruciferous vegetables may cut down an older woman's odds of suffering from calcification of the abdominal aorta.
Increased intake of foods high in fiber may reduce an individual's risk of having calcium deposited on the abdominal aorta.
Active and former cigarette smokers may have a high rate of occurrence of osteonecrosis of the head of the femur.
The odds of dying prematurely may be stacked against kidney transplant recipients on diets heavy on ultra-processed foods, such as desserts, processed meats, and sugar-sweetened beverages.
Cigarette smokers may be highly prone to suffer from gallbladder cancer.