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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 ...

QD: News Every Day--Update shows 1 in 3 overweight, 1 in 3 ...

... 2010 alone. Among the other factoids: --The rate of death from cardiovascular disease fell 30.6% from 1998 to 2008. It still ...

41 diseases linked to smoking create a huge problem in the ...

... penis --Cancer of the anus --Cervical cancer --Prostate cancer --Heart attack --Coronary heart disease --Cardiovascular disease --Congestive heart ...

Pseudoconfusion about saturated fat: 5 reasons for 1 hot mess ...

... Both looked at variation in saturated fat intake and variation in cardiovascular disease and mortality, finding no meaningful association. ...

Multiple concerns about multivitamins : ACP Internist

... It's important to note that this was part of a larger study to test the effects of a multivitamin on cancer, cardiovascular disease, eye disease and ...

Meat, potatoes, and mortality : ACP Internist

... items in 42 European countries, and compared the variation in those foods with variation in cardiac risk factors, and cardiovascular disease, or so ...

Performance measurement and the new cholesterol ...

... Understanding the pleiotropic effects of statins is important to optimize their use in treatment and prevention of cardiovascular disease. ...

Of salt, 'saltation' and salience: the case for fixing what's ...

... analysis examining sodium intake in populations around the world and its association with both all-cause mortality and cardiovascular disease. ...

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