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Dr. Raymond TownsendPreventive Cardiology | April 23, 2024
Dr. Townsend details the science behind aldosterone, the hormone that regulates sodium and helps regulate blood pressure.
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Dr. Raymond TownsendHypertension | April 23, 2024
Dr. Townsend discusses hypertension and how not adhering to medications is the biggest issue for patients.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 9, 2024
Physical inactivity was significantly correlated with worse cardiometabolic risk in a large ambulatory patient population.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 9, 2024
A machine learning-powered analysis of Google Street View shows how environment impacts risk of major adverse cardiac events.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 8, 2024
People with heart disease could benefit from a low-sodium diet but, on average, consume twice the recommended amount of salt.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 8, 2024
People who sleep fewer than 7 hours per night have an increased risk of developing high blood pressure over time.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 8, 2024
Plant-based diets, when used as an alternative to red meat, may reduce cardiovascular disease risk.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 5, 2024
People with certain gene traits and those who have anxiety or depression have a significantly higher risk of heart attack.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 4, 2024
Researchers assessed the impact of 4 diet programs—vegan, Mediterranean, Paleolithic, and DASH—on cardiovascular risk.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 4, 2024
US veterans have a disproportionately high risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease and a low adherence to LLT.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 4, 2024
Older firefighters may have more thrombotic risk factors that contribute to a higher risk of coronary heart disease.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 4, 2024
Distinct variations of coronary artery calcium-derived coronary artery heart disease exist among retired NFL players.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 4, 2024
A remote, algorithm-based program is effective at helping patients achieve optimal LDL-C levels for at least 12 months.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 4, 2024
Young adults taking stimulant medications for ADHD may have an increased risk of developing cardiomyopathy.
Rob DillardACC 2024 | April 4, 2024
People who use e-cigarettes are significantly more likely to develop heart failure than nonusers.
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