Heart Disease Prevention
Heart Disease Prevention
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Cailin ConnerHeart Health | June 11, 2024
Statin treatment effectively reduces coronary heart disease by achieving specific LDL-C goals
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Lou PorteroHeart Health | May 13, 2024
More than 74% of American Indian young adults aged 20 to 29 and 55% of teens aged 15 to 19 have high cholesterol
Lou PorteroHeart Health | May 1, 2024
women can exercise less frequently than men but enjoy greater cardiovascular gains.
Tamara ThomasWomen's Health | May 22, 2024
"(Mammogram)is a pretty simple way cardiologist(s) can determine if a woman is at risk (for heart disease)."
Rebecca AraujoHeart Disease Prevention | December 8, 2023
Racial and ethnic disparities persist in the adoption of preventative care for patients with ASCVD.
Lou PorteroHeart Disease Prevention | November 9, 2023
There is no single best heart rate for fat burning on commercial exercise equipment.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Disease Prevention | October 23, 2023
A coalition calls for systemic changes to address disparities in women's cardiovascular health care.
Tamara ThomasHeart Disease Prevention | October 23, 2023
Socioeconomic interventions may not have an equal heart health benefit across different racial and ethnic groups.
Tamara ThomasHeart Disease Prevention | September 25, 2023
Only 60% of postpartum women at risk of heart disease received heart health counseling after giving birth.
Tamara ThomasHeart Disease Prevention | September 22, 2023
Thirty-nine percent of US youth aged 12-19 are overweight or obese, and 15% have high blood pressure.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Disease Prevention | September 8, 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.
Tamara ThomasHeart Disease Prevention | July 12, 2023
Low-cost preventive measures may help reduce care disparities for people with peripheral artery disease
Rebecca AraujoHeart Disease Prevention | June 28, 2023
Black individuals were less likely to receive coronary artery calcium screenings than White individuals
Tamara ThomasHeart Disease Prevention | July 5, 2023
Keto-like diets may be associated with increased levels of bad cholesterol and double the risk of heart attack and stroke.
Rebecca AraujoHeart Disease Prevention | June 9, 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 Disease Prevention | June 9, 2023
Women with atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease are under-prescribed guideline-recommended statin therapy.
Tamara ThomasHeart Disease Prevention | May 8, 2023
Sleeping less than 5 hours a night is associated with a 74% higher risk of developing peripheral artery disease.
Tamara ThomasHeart Disease Prevention | April 19, 2023
Blood pressure readings obtained during medical visits can differ significantly between appointments.
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