VA researchers have identified 3 genetic mutations that govern cholesterol levels, which could lead to new drugs to treat cardiovascular disease...
A gene mutation that slows sugar metabolism in the gut may lower risk of diabetes, obesity, heart failure, and even death.
CHICAGO – “Everyone can dramatically improve their health just by moving – anytime, anywhere, and by any means that gets you active.” – Adm. Brett...
CHICAGO – In-hospital initiation of sacubitril/valsartan safely and significantly reduced heart failure rehospitalizations in the next 8 weeks.
Pharmacist Interventions to Reduce Modifiable Bleeding Risk Factors Using HAS-BLED in Patients Taking Warfarin
Use of risk scores and pharmacist follow-up could reduce bleeding risk in patients on anticoagulation therapy.
Low prevalence of coronary artery disease within this population suggests that younger patients may not require stress testing for chest pain...
As the population ages, heart failure is becoming a major public health challenge; clinicians need further evidence-based treatments to bridge the...
Does taking low-dose aspirin daily have an effect on cardiovascular event risk?
A pharmacy medication titration clinic helped patients with chronic heart failure successfully reach target doses.