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Ending the big, fat debate

Some members are still convincingly linked to important adverse health effects, notably increased risk of cardiovascular disease. ... Katz, MD, FACP, MPH, FACPM, is an internationally renowned authority on nutrition, weight management, and the prevention
April 2020

Maintenance of Certification, or extortion?

In fact, my timing was perfect; I was “boarded” in medicine in 1987, and in cardiovascular disease in 1989, which (I am pretty sure) were, respectively, the last years that the ... He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular
April 2020

What's new in other College publications

Effect of Varying Levels of Disease Management on Smoking Cessation: A Randomized Trial. ... Menopause. Differences in Control of Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes by Race, Ethnicity, and Education.
April 2009

QD: News Every Day--Disaster planning sparse in U.S. facilities

It's time to plan for the next natural disaster. In its next poll, ACP Internist ties into its October cover story on managing cardiovascular disease in the elderly by asking
April 2020

Performance measurement and the new cholesterol guidelines

We once gave estrogen to post-menopausal women to prevent heart disease, now we avoid them to prevent heart disease. ... Understanding the pleiotropic effects of statins is important to optimize their use in treatment and prevention of cardiovascular
April 2020

Multivitamins won't help you '____________'. Well, duh

Another would be to compare people with established cardiovascular disease, or at least significant risk factors, and do the same. ... Let's conclude. If you want to reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease, eat well, be active, avoid toxins, and so on.
April 2020

Universal care frees doctors to take ‘all measures required’

Health outcomes of uninsured people with cancer, cardiovascular disease, stroke, COPD and hip fractures are consistently poorer than for those with coverage.
July 2009

Is CPAP all it's cracked up to be?

patients with obstructive sleep apnea and pre-existing cardiovascular disease. ... They raised a host of objections with the trial--from the population being too old, too male, too undertreated for cardiovascular disease, to not having as many patients
April 2020

QD: News Every Day--Cardiac care costs could triple by 2030

QD: News Every Day--Cardiac care costs could triple by 2030. Real total direct medical costs of cardiovascular disease (CVD) could triple, from $273 billion to $818 billion (in 2008 dollars) ... This methodology avoided double counting of costs for
April 2020

QD: News Every Day--Specter of obesity still looms over nonsmokers

Among women who had never smoked, lower social position was associated with higher mortality rates from cardiovascular disease but not cancer. ... In terms of mortality, half (51%; n=916) the women died from cardiovascular disease and more than
April 2020

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