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Women's Health


Menopause Before 50 Could Predict Increased Cardiovascular Disease Risk

August 05, 2022

An analysis of more than 1.4 million women with nearly a decade of follow-up data, a new study suggests entering menopause before the age of 40 was associated with a 33% increase in risk of heart failure, but investigators noted an increasing trend in risk was observed for all women entering menopause before 50 years fo age.

Women with PCOS at Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Complications During Pregnancy

June 18, 2022

Using National Inpatient Sample data from a nearly 2 decade period, investigators detail the increased risk of cardiovascular complications among women with PCOS during delivery hospitalizations and predictors of this increased risk.

Cardiology Month in Review: May 2022

May 28, 2022

Our cardiology month in review spotlights the most popular content from the past month. This month's top articles include news from DELIVER, new guidelines for ICH and PFO, and a juxtaposition of international heart failure guidelines.

Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy Raise Long-Term CVD Risk by 63%

May 11, 2022

After adjustment for known cardiovascular risk factors, investigators found women with a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy, including preeclampsia and gestational hypertension, during their first pregnancy had a 63% greater risk of future cardiovascular disease compared to women with normotensive pregnancies.