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Cochrane Heart is an editorial group working worldwide to publish systematic reviews about the prevention and treatment of heart diseases. Systematic reviews summarise research evidence to inform clinical practice and policy decisions.
Your questions will help us to decide on new topics for future reviews and to make existing reviews more relevant to you.
Questions for our systematic reviews usually consist of four elements - Who? What? Compared to what? What for?
An example would be: Is yoga (what?) more effective than not doing yoga (compared to what?) for the quality of life (What for?) in people with heart failure (Who?)?
Another example: Do people with a high risk of heart disease (Who?) reduce their risk (What for?) when they reduce their intake of saturated fat (What?)?