Undertreatment of cardiac conditions during COVID-19 pandemic tied to delayed excess mortality versus previous years.
Risk for cardiovascular disease decreases as accelerometer-measured moderate, vigorous, and total physical activity levels increase.
All-cause mortality risk increased with interarm systolic blood pressure difference magnitude from ≥5 mm Hg threshold.
Excess heart age 8.5 years for men and 6.5 years for women; varies by age, race/ethnicity, education, income.
Improving the cardiovascular health of patients and the general population requires increased primordial and primary prevention efforts.
Frequent nightmares associated with depression, anxiety, insomnia but not cardiovascular medications, sleep-disordered breathing.
A history of severe hypoglycemia may be associated with alterations in cardiac function in older adults with type 2 diabetes.
A long-term very low carbohydrate dietary intervention was associated with a reduction in the concentration of small LDL particles in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Youth with CHD have increased odds of anxiety and/or depression, ADHD, regardless of CHD severity.
Scientific statement by AHA detailing the current understanding of menopause transition and its impact on the risk for postmenopausal cardiovascular disease.