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Extra Tax on Sugary Drinks Cuts Consumer Purchases by 21%

May 19, 2020
One county’s short-term soda tax resulted in a dramatic drop in sugar-sweetened beverage sales.

Managing Cholesterol to Prevent Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease

May 15, 2020

This article summarizes the current information about how to treat patients with high lipid levels.

COVID-19: When to Call 911

May 08, 2020

Many people around the world are concerned about the new coronavirus. While it is important to protect yourself from infection, heart attacks and strokes do not stop during a pandemic.