Association strongest with cardiovascular mortality in the elderly.
But researchers note little evidence exists on the benefits and dangers of doing so.
Speakers address the different guidelines for management of dyslipidemia and discuss how best to incorporate them into clinical practice.
Meta-analysis shows superior treatment effects on inflammation, cardiac function.
No difference in major bleeding, overall mortality, but reduction in clinically relevant nonmajor bleeding
No significant difference in risk for long-acting analog, other basal insulin therapies.
Association with coronary heart disease is smaller; dose-response association seen for stroke.
Most men prescribed testosterone have age-related hypogonadism, for which treatment is not FDA-approved
Researchers find transport time to specialized center sometimes longer than 2 hours.
Regularly eating chili peppers, other spicy foods linked to lower mortality risk during study period.
Long-term use of insulin pump reduces fatal coronary heart disease, CVD, all-cause mortality.
Largest risk reduction for heart failure seen for walking/cycling for at least 20 minutes per day.
Independent and inverse correlation seen for mortality with acute decompensated heart failure.
People with a steady diet of foods such as processed meats and sugar-sweetened beverages had a 56% greater risk of acute coronary heart disease.
Hispanic and Asian individuals and African American women have lower usage of EMS transport for stroke.
Consumption of trans fats linked to all-cause and CHD mortality. Researchers found no associations for saturated fats.
Use of testosterone gel for 3 years did not alter the rate of change in carotid intima-media thickness or coronary artery calcium.
Some therapies harbor cardiovascular benefits while others may pose significant risks.
Those perceiving alcohol as heart-healthy drink substantially more alcohol.
Restriction of calories, saturated fat did not correct myocardial DFA metabolism in IGT individuals.
Men with normalized testosterone levels following TRT had significantly lower risks of heart attacks and strokes, study finds.
Study of Asian patients found that the 12-month mortality rate was significantly higher in those with than without hyponatremia at hospital admission for heart failure.
Disparities in care may be one reason for the racial differences, researchers say.
Even with regular exercise, sitting for long periods linked to higher blood glucose, cholesterol levels.
As renal function declines, levels of trimethylamine-N-oxide increase, and this correlates with increased atherosclerosis burden.
Patients with longer life expectancy are most at risk of cardiac morbidity, researchers concluded.
Physical activity shown to reduce PPL, as well as legumes, fish, and herbs, but not wine.
Quality studies are still needed to answer crucial questions about TRT and prostate cancer, cardiovascular risk.
In a study, 86% of patients who survived experienced renal recovery within 1 year.
Inflated in stomach, it may create sense of fullness.
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