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Rob DillardPreventive Cardiology | June 20, 2024
The American Heart Association issued important warnings about the cardiovascular dangers of extremely high temperatures.
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Gary Garcia-MolinaSLEEP 2024 | June 5, 2024
Gary Garcia-Molina details the connection between obstructive sleep apnea and CVD and explains how smart beds can help.
Rob DillardESC Preventive Cardiology 2024 | April 29, 2024
Women with cardiovascular disease are treated with cholesterol-lowering therapies less often than men.
Rob DillardESC Preventive Cardiology 2024 | April 26, 2024
Climbing stairs is associated with improved heart health and a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.
Rob DillardESC Preventive Cardiology 2024 | April 26, 2024
Air pollution is linked to stress and depression, and as a result, it puts middle-aged adults at risk of dying from CVD.
Rob DillardPreventive Cardiology | April 24, 2024
Good heart health is linked to less cognitive decline among middle-aged Black women.
Dr. Raymond TownsendPreventive Cardiology | April 23, 2024
Dr. Townsend details the science behind aldosterone, the hormone that regulates sodium and helps regulate blood pressure.
Rob DillardPreventive Cardiology | April 22, 2024
The AHA and NFL are challenging kids to stay physically active in order to support their physical and mental health.
Rob DillardHeart Failure | April 18, 2024
According to a study, more patients with AFib are likely to experience heart failure rather than stroke or heart attack.
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 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 DillardPreventive Cardiology | March 25, 2024
Treating anxiety and depression may reduce emergency room visits and rehospitalizations in people with heart disease.
Rob DillardPreventive Cardiology | March 18, 2024
Managing circadian rhythms by using intense light and chronologically timed therapy may prevent heart disease.
Rob DillardPreventive Cardiology | March 11, 2024
The FDA approved the Wegovy injection for reducing the risk of major adverse cardiovascular events.
Dr. Bob WalkerHypertension | February 29, 2024
Dr. Bob Walker discusses high blood pressure in the context of severe COVID-19 infection.
Cynthia Miller, MDLipid Management | February 21, 2024
Cynthia Miller, MD, MPH, FACP, discusses why early Lp(a) screening may help prevent cardiovascular disease.
Rob DillardPreventive Cardiology | February 20, 2024
Women may garner the health benefits of regular exercise more than men.
Rob DillardDiabetes | January 5, 2024
Semaglutide, used to treat diabetes and obesity, does not increase the risk of suicidal ideation, despite previous reports.
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