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.
A cross-sectional analysis of data from the National Center for Health Statistics indicates the presence of 4 cardiovascular risk factors prior to becoming pregnant can help identify pregnancies at increased risk of adverse fetal or maternal outcomes.
A recent review of data from within a major European-based database indicates women with PCOS were at a 26% greater risk of major adverse cardiovascular events when compared to matched controls without polycystic ovary syndrome.
An analysis of data from 10k women in the Lifetime Risk Pooling Project presented at EPI Lifestyle 2021 suggests premature menopause was associated with a 40% increase in risk of coronary heart disease.
An analysis of data from more than 12k women suggests use of DXA scans can help predict women with increased risk of ASCVD events and also sheds light on the relationship between osteoporosis and cardiovascular health.