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New Report Shows that Despite Gains, Black Americans Still Face Higher Cardiovascular Mortality / Image credit: ©BillionPhotos/AdobeStock
New Report Shows that Despite Gains, Black Americans Still Face Higher Cardiovascular Mortality

June 19th 2024

Between 2000 and 2022, there were nearly 800 000 excess CV deaths among Black Americans and 24 million additional years of life lost, researchers report.

Women with Overweight/Obesity as Teens, Young Adults Face Higher Risk of Cerebrovascular Disease Later in Life / Image credit: ©Rytis/AdobeStock
Women with Overweight/Obesity as Teens, Young Adults Face Higher Risk of Cerebrovascular Disease Later in Life

June 11th 2024

Two Medication Classes Reduce CV, Liver Events in Persons with T2D, MASLD: Daily Dose / image credit: ©New Africa/AdobeStock
Two Medication Classes Reduce CV, Liver Events in Persons with T2D, MASLD: Daily Dose

June 11th 2024

GLP-1RAs, SGLT-2 Inhibitors Tied to Lower Adverse Cardiovascular and Liver Events in Persons with T2D, MASLD
GLP-1RAs, SGLT-2 Inhibitors Tied to Lower Adverse Cardiovascular and Liver Events in Persons with T2D, MASLD

June 4th 2024

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