Search


 
Results 31 - 40 of about 454 for "Cardiovascular Disease".

Truth about saturated fat : ACP Internist

... lives. High HDL is desirable only if and when it signifies a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. That's what actually matters. ...

QD: News Every Day--Statins rose tenfold as their use in ...

... in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews suggests that the evidence is less clear for people without a past history of cardiovascular disease ...

Why OTC Lipitor is a bad idea : ACP Internist

... blog know that I am a big proponent of cholesterol-lowering medications like Lipitor for patients at moderate to high risk of cardiovascular disease. ...

Marketing medicine and the treatment of high blood pressure ...

... The SPRINT study only looked at patients 50 years of age or older with other risk factors for cardiovascular disease, including heart disease, kidney ...

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) by 2030. ...

Who should take statins and why are researchers demanding ...

... formerly the British Medical Journal) questioning the wisdom of prescribing statin drugs to patients at low risk of cardiovascular disease such as ...

The never-ending push-pull of statins | ACP Internist

Statins have proven their potential to reduce end-point outcomes, such as death from cardiovascular disease. But the drug ...

Why so much fuss about Anacetrapib? : ACP Internist

... a bit puzzled by all the excitement about Merck's new drug, Anacetrapib (MK-0859) that's said to lower risk for cardiovascular disease by lowering ...

Declines in dementia, of hearts and minds : ACP Internist

... risk.” Dementia of the Alzheimer's type, and related vascular dementia, are generally regarded as close cousins to cardiovascular disease, and/or ...

QD: News Every Day--Western diet linked to less than ideal ...

... At follow-up, 4% met the ideal aging criteria, 12.7% developed a nonfatal cardiovascular disease, 2.8% died from cardiovascular disease, and 7.3 ...

Result Page: < Previous  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  Next >