Patrick Campbell is the senior editor of Practical Cardiology, as well as its sister publication Endocrinology Network. Prior to joining these brands, he led coverage of cardiology and diabetes with HCPLive. Before joining parent company MJH Life Sciences in 2019, he spent time as a beat reporter with the Pocono Record in Stroudsburg, PA and Star News Group in Manasquan, NJ. He also touts experience in multimedia, having spent time as a freelance multimedia specialist with NJ Advance Media and multimedia coordinator at the Pocono Record. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, sports, and exploring the great outdoors. Follow him on Twitter @RealPatCampbell or reach him via email at PCampbell@mjhlifesciences.com.
New research suggests use of mobile technology could help improve blood pressure over a long-term period, with greater engagement with the technology associated with greater improvements in blood pressure.
In an analysis of SWAN data, investigators found changes in menstrual cycle length within the 5 years preceding a woman's final menstrual period was associated with changes in carotid intima-media thickness and brachial-ankle pulse wave velocity.