Prevalence of clinical and isolated subclinical cardiovascular disease in older adults with glucose disorders. ... Diabetes mellitus: subclinical cardiovascular disease and risk of incident cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality.
cardiovascular disease per 100,000 individuals per year, and 104 deaths for all-cause mortality per 100,000 individuals per year. ... The authors concluded that prolonged TV viewing was associated with increased risk of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular
The care of [cardiovascular disease] in older patients with MCI is crucial for elders 85 because they comprise the fastest-growing segment of the U.S.
Another guideline problem involves inaccurate CV risk estimation. When the recent lipid primary prevention guideline released in 2013, I was deemed at“ high risk” for cardiovascular disease. ... A recent Annals of Internal Medicine article,“
those with cardiovascular disease, Dr.
Conference coverage addressing highlights: TNF-antagonists don't increase cancer risk, Patients with RA have about the same risk of developing cardiovascular disease as type 2 diabetics, and an association between ... Patients with RA have about the same
As we all know, these foods are rich in sodium, sugar and fat, and contribute to obesity and chronic health problems including, hypertension, diabetes and cardiovascular disease, among others. ... There is epidemiological evidence from the NHANES Trial
Three recent studies suggest that raising HDL levels may not be helpful in terms of reducing one's risk of cardiovascular disease. ... Epidemiological data has linked higher HDL levels to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
They refer only to overt evidence of cardiovascular disease, not to the risk factors for risk factors that are on plain display long prior. ... The new approach to cataloguing BP is well justified. Stated differently: we are not over-diagnosing
High HDL is desirable only if and when it signifies a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. ... fish), or with calories from whole grains—rates of cardiovascular disease decline significantly.