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Spirit of the Heart events offer heart disease screening and events in underserved communities.
PCI is still risky for patients with diabetes, even with drug-eluting stents.
Climate is not to blame for the increase in cardiovascular deaths in winter.
Wrinkles, baldness, and dry skin patches may impact more than our looks.
Study shows that lifestyle intervention improves weight, fitness, blood pressure, and cholesterol in adults with diabetes, but doesn’t reduce cardiovascular risk.
Patients with diabetes may want to think twice when choosing between whole wheat foods and legumes, like beans, chickpeas, and lentils.
Risk factors, such as diabetes and metabolic syndrome, are associated with the development of CAC and increased risk for cardiac events.
Blood type not linked to cardiovascular risk.
Experts suggest that we can fight chronic disease in very simple ways.
New markers of heart health may improve accuracy of cardiovascular risk prediction.
Studies have shown that irregular work shifts are associated with high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity.
It turns out that something as simple as yoga may have significant benefits for stroke victims.
Some individuals are at greater risk for heart disease than others.
It is estimated that high blood pressure affects roughly 1 in 3 U.S. adults.
Treatments such as ACE inhibitors and ARBs can help improve outcomes as well as quality of life.
The more weight loss programming available, the better equipped we are to combat obesity.