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Lifestyle changes, meds effective to prevent or delay Type 2 diabetes; no change in CVD
Statement addresses ways to prevent heart-related risks for falling
Lower threshold for high blood pressure impacts prevention and health care globally
New guideline refines care for brain bleeds: compression socks, some meds not effective
Artery stiffness may predict Type 2 diabetes risk better than BP and standard risk factors
El programa de apoyo dirigido mejoró la presión arterial entre adultos negros e hispanos en Bronx
Prediabetes linked to higher heart attack risk in young adults
Four women recognized through Go Red for Women’s premier community impact program
Links connecting stress, depression and heart disease risk found in mouse model
Protein related to Fragile X syndrome may be new target for blood pressure medicines
“One-size-fits-all” flawed for assessing cardiovascular disease risk among Asian Americans
Policy recommendations offer strategies to close ‘significant gaps’ in nutrition security
Text messaging program linked to improved lifestyle risk factors for heart attack survivors
Investment, action urged to improve access, quality and equity in women’s heart health
No health benefits among adults who used both e-cigarettes and traditional cigarettes
Women and Black adults waited longer in ER for chest pain evaluation
American Stroke Association names 2022 Stroke Heroes
FDA takes ‘momentous step’ to prohibit menthol cigarettes and all flavored cigars
Superstar Kelly Rowland headlines American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection Concert
Collaboration Between Leading Health Organizations Aims to Advance Access to Health Care in Communities of Color
Puget Sound area social entrepreneurs and non-profits receive funding to break down health barriers
New study finds childhood abuse linked to higher risk for high cholesterol as an adult
Continue to take low-dose aspirin if you have history of heart attack, AFib, stroke or vascular stenting
Las mujeres hispanas enfrentan inequidades que afectan los resultados de salud materna
Hispanic women face inequities affecting maternal health outcomes
Scientists in California, Colorado receive grants to study heart transplants in children
Women were less likely to return to work after severe stroke, new study finds
Following Mediterranean-style diet during pregnancy may reduce risk of preeclampsia
More than $10M in research grants awarded to study long COVID impact on CVD health
About 1 in 4 adults has an often-missed liver disorder linked to higher heart disease risk
Obesity significantly increased heart failure risk among women with late menopause
International study finds heart inflammation rare among people hospitalized with Covid
Heart issues after Covid uncommon in children & young adults, more research needed
Social determinants of health affect care for people with congenital heart disease
Sitting Tai Chi exercises improved recovery outcomes for older stroke survivors
Public Health AmeriCorps to address health inequity in rural communities
Gene map may identify heart disease risk for people with Type 2 diabetes
Walk this way – or any way – to better health
Heart complications after stroke increase risk of future cardiovascular events
Hitting links could be hole in one for your health
Eating two servings of avocados week linked to lower risk of cardiovascular disease
House passage of Legacy IRA Act ‘win-win’ for seniors, charities
Second booster approved as option for additional protection against Covid
Cryptocurrency donations accepted to fund mission critical work
Stroke treatments safe and effective for people with existing disability or dementia
Firefighters’ risk of irregular heartbeat linked to number of on-the-job fire exposures
Los Angeles community impact organizations receive funding to address health inequity
If blood pressure rises upon standing, so may risk for heart attack