Sleep: Too much, too little both tied to atherosclerosis


This week in MDedge Cardiocast: Too little sleep, too much sleep, and fragmented sleep are all linked to atherosclerosis; dabigatran matches aspirin for second stroke prevention; HDL particle subfractions may be prognostic in heart failure; and a novel drug safely reduced LDL cholesterol in statin-intolerant patients.

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