Prevention & Risk Reduction

The study included more than 2,000 older adults who were followed for up to 12 years.

For CVD patients, researchers explained, even a diet that appears to be healthy could be doing significant damage. 

Staying active during significant life moments is vital, according to a new guidance from the American Heart Association.

Patients taking SGLT2 inhibitors were 22% less likely to die from heart-related causes.

A new study in Science Signaling could have significant ramifications for how we view obesity-related cancers.

The study tracked five generic statins: atorvastatin, rosuvastatin, simvastatin, lovastatin and pravastatin.

Doctors may not want to prescribe aspirin to patients presenting with obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes or a number of other risk factors.

Researchers said they hope their findings can shine new light on this "complex relationship."

The new findings are from research to be presented at AHA Scientific Sessions 2021.

New research published in Diabetes provides some potential answers to a big question. 

Patients who have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, it seems, are much less likely to notice symptoms related to an irregular heartbeat.

Going to bed after midnight, researchers found, may adversely impact heart health.

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The measure to extend funding through Feb. 18 does not include any of the changes championed by physicians. 

The specialty needs more female role models like the famed superhero, who became a feminist icon in the 1970s, Carter wrote Friday in JACR

The data can help department leaders better understand “discontinuity” in staff productivity and inform promotion considerations, experts said. 

   
   
   
   
   
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