Cardiovascular health in psoriatic arthritis improves with anti-tumor necrosis factor drug etanercept.
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Hydroxychloroquine in combination with low-dose asprin was protective against thrombosis in SLE.
Metformin therapy in type 1 diabetes may improved cardiovascular disease risk management.
Women with fewer menstrual cycles are at a higher risk for incident heart failure.
Overweight or obese patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus are more likely to show severe and progressive brain function and cognition abnormalities.
Researchers noted that the relative risk of heart failure increased following a patient’s RA diagnosis.
A large number of patients with psoriatic arthritis may have silent coronary artery disease.
Childhood adversity, including abuse, neglect, and low socioeconomic status, has been linked to blood pressure dysfunction from childhood into adulthood.
Women who experienced weight cycling had a higher risk of sudden cardiac death and coronary heart disease mortality compared with women with consistently stable weight.
There was a hazard ratio of 1.87 per 1-ng/dL increase of free thyroxine for patients with an increased risk of sudden cardiac death due to higher free thyroxine levels.