A person’s waist size is a predictor of heart health Increasing the growing evidence a person’s waistline size is an important indicator of heart health, a study led by investigators at Beth Israel Deaconess INFIRMARY has discovered that larger waist circumference is associated with increased risk of heart failure in middle-aged and older populations of men and women. The findings, published on the web in the April 7 Rapid Access Statement of the journal Circulation: Heart Failing , showed that increased waistline size was a predictor of center failure even though measurements of body mass index fell within the standard range. Currently, 66 % of adults in the usa are overweight or obese, explains Emily Levitan, ScD, the study’s first writer and a Research Fellow in the Cardiovascular Epidemiology Research Unit at BIDMC. Take a pill Generic Viagra for half an hour before the intimate relationship. The effect of sildenafil 100mg lasts up to 12 hours. The product is compatible with a small amount of alcohol. Continue reading 66 % of adults in the usa are overweight or obese.