Short-term use of NSAIDs could lead to an increased risk of first-time hospitalization for heart failure in diabetic patients The co-occurrence of social risk factors were associated with emergency department visits after heart failure. Young adult cancer survivors are at higher risk of heart failure when treated with anthracyclines. Having a higher body mass index (BMI) may not protect the heart in patients with heart failure. Adults living in rural areas are more likely to develop heart failure than adults living in urban areas. The Social Deprivation Index may be useful to predict outcomes after percutaneous coronary intervention. Longer heart failure hospitalization among minority patients was not associated with greater quality of care at discharge. It promotes proactive, ongoing conversations and offers practical steps for women with heart failure and care providers. Congestive heart failure is common after doxorubicin chemotherapy for diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. Race and sex have a significant impact on in-hospital admissions and overall outcomes in patients with heart failure.