Rebecca Araujo

Rebecca Araujo is a medical writer and editor. Her work has appeared in ASH Clinical News, Blood Cancers Today, DocWire News, GU Oncology Now, and more. Rebecca received her bachelor’s degree in English from Rutgers University.

Articles by Rebecca Araujo

Rebecca AraujoHeart Health | October 3, 2023
Half of the more than 220,000 Native participants analyzed had at least 1 severe cardiovascular condition.
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Rebecca AraujoHeart Health | September 26, 2023
TyG plus waist circumference or waist-to-height-ratio was significantly associated with new-onset hypertension.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Health | September 12, 2023
Experiencing childhood parental incarceration was associated with 33% higher odds of hypertension during adulthood.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Health | September 5, 2023
Women older than 80 with atrial fibrillation may not receive adequate monitoring to reduce their risk of stroke.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Health | August 29, 2023
Assisted reproductive technology was not associated with increased risk of CVD after giving birth.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Disease Prevention | August 19, 2023
Clinical decision support tools did not reduce disparities in preventative care for cardiovascular disease.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Disease Prevention | August 11, 2023
In overweight or obese adults with cardiovascular disease, semaglutide significantly reduced the risk of nonfatal stroke.
Rebecca AraujoDiabetes | August 4, 2023
Initiatives to increase health literacy in individuals with type 2 diabetes may be effective at improving glycemic control.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Health | August 2, 2023
An association was found between cardiovascular-disease–related genes and preeclampsia.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Failure | July 15, 2023
The co-occurrence of social risk factors were associated with emergency department visits after heart failure.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Health | July 3, 2023
Black female carriers of the gene variant transthyretin V1221 have a higher incidence of cardiovascular disease.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Disease Prevention | June 28, 2023
Black individuals were less likely to receive coronary artery calcium screenings than White individuals
Rebecca AraujoHeart Disease Prevention | June 5, 2023
Levels of cardiovascular disease are projected to increase for racial and ethnic minorities by 2060.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Disease Prevention | June 2, 2023
Increasing physical activity levels may help to reduce heart health disparities in high-risk populations.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Health | May 1, 2023
Fitness was significantly associated with the risk of long-term cardiovascular events in women with ischemic heart disease.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Disease Prevention | April 28, 2023
Women with atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease are under-prescribed guideline-recommended statin therapy.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Disease Prevention | April 3, 2023
Rates of statin use were low in Black and Hispanic adults at high risk of cardiovascular disease.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Health | March 10, 2023
Clinical trials of patients with heart disease frequently used disabilities as exclusion criteria.
Rebecca AraujoCMD | February 20, 2023
Sex-based disparities in blood sugar level and quality of life were identified among children with type 1 diabetes.
Rebecca AraujoCMD | February 15, 2023
Cardiovascular hospitalization rates are rising for lower-income individuals with type 2 diabetes.