Self-care interventions that overcome environmental and personal barriers to reducing cardiovascular disease risk factors could be successful.
A pair of Late-Breaking Clinical Trial sessions addressed the power of genetics to determine the therapeutic warfarin dose in patients.
It’s the last day of AHA Scientific Sessions 2013, but there’s still plenty to cover. One long-awaited session takes place this morning at the Omni Dallas Hotel (Ballrooms D-H).
As body mass index (BMI) increases, the long-term risk of heart failure increases significantly, but improved fitness levels can attenuate risk of heart failure.
Assistant Professor of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology, Harvard University
For Alan Tall, MD, attending Scientific Sessions is like pulling up a chair at an immense intellectual buffet or shopping at a grand marketplace of knowledge.
Intervention matched to patients’ readiness to change their dietary sodium intake significantly reduced salt intake.
While statins can help some patients reduce cholesterol and lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, recent discoveries are already pointing toward a next generation of...