Salt Substitute Lowers Risk of Hypertension among Older Adults with Normal Blood Pressure
Older adults with normal BP levels in China were approximately 40% less likely to develop HTN when using a salt substitute for 2 years, according to a new study.
Infectious Disease & Primary Care: A Conversation with IDWeek 2023 Chair
Listen to our latest podcast episode with Heather Yun, MD, for details on emerging pathogens, the role of primary care clinicians in the effort to rein in antimicrobial resistance, and more.
SGLT2 Inhibitors Outperformed Other Oral Antidiabetic Drugs for Persons with T2D, NAFLD: Daily Dose
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Navigating Cardiovascular Complications of Obesity: Expert Insights for Primary Care
Listen to our latest podcast episode for details on top CVD risk factors to screen patients with obesity for, medications to help prevent CVD, and more.
Atlantic Health System Tests Novel CAR-T Cell Therapy for Lupus in First US Patient
In the open-label, phase 1 study, participants' own T cells will be extracted and engineered to target and eliminate autoreactive B cells and to potentially reset the immune system.
Apixaban and Aspirin Equal in Preventing Stroke Recurrence in Cardiopathy: Daily Dose
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