Small but statistically significant decreases were observed in coronary heart disease prevalence among adults aged 65 years and older.
Now is the time to listen to the concerns of prospective residents and their families and take actions to provide a safer, healthier living environment and raise consumer confidence.
For adults without known CVD risk factors, individualize the decision to refer to behavioral counseling to promote healthy diet and physical activity.
In addition to managing all cardiovascular risk factors, providers must consider social determinants of health.
The authors urge primary care physicians to make case-by-case basis decisions based on the benefit-to-risk.
Most cardiovascular conditions more strongly linked to cognition among women.
More severe hearing loss or dual sensory loss is tied to excess all-cause and cardiovascular mortality.
Frail patients with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation also were less likely to receive a direct oral anticoagulant versus warfarin.
Total alcohol intake has a U-shaped association with sudden cardiac death; beer, cider, spirits are linked to increased risk.
Older age, longer length of hospital stay and undergoing surgery during the past three months of the study were independent predictors of discharge without an opioid prescription.
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