Statins have anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative effects, which could reduce exacerbations of both asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
The culture of bullying — widespread across the medical field — has been linked to poorer patient outcomes. So why can't physicians stop bullying in its tracks?
The American Heart Association has released a scientific statement examining the relationship between cardiovascular disease and breast cancer.
Experts call on healthcare providers to diligently focus on hypertension as an important comorbid condition that is strongly associated with adverse cardiovascular outcomes, including death.
Electronic cigarettes were once thought to be a helpful smoking cessation tool, but new evidence suggests they may be as if not more harmful than combustible cigarettes.
Although many of the newer antidiabetic drugs have demonstrated favorable outcomes in clinical trials, some have also been associated with increased risk of adverse CV outcomes.
While ICD-10-CM may be an improvement on an old process, big data is the revolution that has the potential to change health care forever.
Despite public perception that cannabis is "natural" and "safe," it has been implicated in many serious cardiovascular events, even in young, otherwise healthy people.
In combination with dietary and physical activity counseling, all semaglutide doses from 0.05-0.4 mg daily were tolerated and resulted in dose-related reductions in body weight among people with obesity without diabetes.
To examine the link between cardiovascular disease and sleep apnea, The Cardiology Advisor spoke with cardiologist Seth S. Martin, MD, MHS, FACC, FAHA and sleep specialist Rachel Marie E. Salas, MD, FAAN.
Using digital adherence devices to improve medication adherence in patients with atrial fibrillation may reduce the rate of ischemic strokes.
Pre-existing cardiovascular disease is the strongest risk factor for cardiovascular complications in patients with pneumonia.
Defensive medicine is known as a practice of recommending tests or treatments for the purpose of avoiding or mitigating litigation.
Evaluating the accuracy of electrocardiogram results by computerized decision support systems.
Evaluating the streetlight effect behavior within clinical research.
There are new rules and regulations to be followed when conducting clinical research in 2018.
Vaccines are known to prevent disease in infants and children, however it is less obvious how important they are in adults.
Uninsurance, underinsurance, Medicaid, private insurance, and geographical access all contribute to healthcare inequality in the United States.
Evaluating diagnosis and treatment options for pulmonary arterial hypertension.
A 40-year-old woman presents with worsening shortness of breath after being treated with long-acting nifedipine for 2 years.
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- Unique Vit B3 Formulation May Improve Blood Pressure, CV Health
- AHA: Assessment and Promotion of Physical Activity for CVD Prevention
- Benefits of Targeted Pharmacologic Therapy in PAH and Distal CTEPH
- Transcatheter vs Surgical Aortic Valve Replacement in COPD
- Breathing New Life Into COPD and Asthma Therapy With Statins
- ACP: Position Paper Recommends Solutions to Close Gender Equity Gap