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Report: Most Men Are Not Young at Heart

Heart age is higher than actual age, so many men don’t understand their risk of cardiovascular diseases and are missing opportunities to prevent them.

Cardiovascular Diseases

Results of the PRECISION study are embraced by some and soundly criticized by others. What would you tell your osteoarthritis patients?

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Implantable cardiac monitoring devices now detect "silent" AF. But now that we "hear" it, what should we do?

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A signal for increased risk of hemorrhage when the NOAC is coadministered with 2 statins comes as a surprise to some.

Tachy-brady syndrome can be a particular management challenge in an elderly patient. How would you manage Mrs Robertson?

Concurrence of AF and SSS is common in older patients and presents a treatment conundrum. Can you balance safety and efficacy in this patient?

The "statin war" is about ossified ideologies and asks medicine's most primal question-"what is the role of medicine in society?"

A new study found that commonly prescribed antihypertension drugs affect mood disorders--either positively or negatively.

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