An analysis using data from the CDC, COVID-NET, and the COVID Tracking Project suggests nearly 2 out of 3 COVID-19 hospitalizations in the US were attributable to obesity, hypertension, diabetes, and heart failure.
An analysis of data from 130 women suggests those with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy were at an increased risk of cardiovascular disease later in life, even if they had no baseline history of cardiovascular disease.
Using data from the Women's Health Initiative, a new analysis found increased intake of plant protein was linked to lower risk of all-cause mortality, as well as deaths related to cardiovascular disease and dementia, in postmenopausal women.
An analysis of data from the APPROACH registry suggest early revascularization with CABG or PCI may be a more effective approach than medical therapy in patients with stable ischemic heart disease and high-risk cardiac anatomy.
An analysis of nearly 150 patients with severe COVID-19 and increased troponin levels indicates more than half of those patients went on to develop infarction, myocarditis, ischemia, or a combination of the three.