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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

A new study found an increase in diet-quality scores over 12 years was linked to an 8%-17% reduction in mortality.

Long-term use of HCQ and low dose aspirin may work to reduce cardiovascular events.

The link between early asthma and left ventricular hypertrophy was independent of a range of major cardiovascular risk factors.

Some find new meta-analysis results disturbing; others say they underscore the need for more focused research.

The answer, and the evidence behind it, are essential knowledge for primary care.

Rhythm vs rate control and which medication(s) for which patients, when, and why? Test yourself.


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