Dr. Nisha Parikh provides additional insight into the AHA's latest scientific statement, which highlights the need for greater attention and emphasis on the impact of adverse pregnancy outcomes on cardiovascular risk in women.
An analysis of more than 2k patients from within the Look AHEAD study suggests the timing of physical activity could play a role in mitigating cardiovascular risk among men with type 2 diabetes considered overweight or obese.
An analysis of more than 100 patients hospitalized with severe COVID-19 indicates subsequent heart damage was discovered in more than half of these patients in imaging more than a month after discharge.
An analysis of 29k patients with type 2 diabetes suggests increased HbA1c variability within the first 2 years of a diabetes diagnosis was associated with a 30-59% increase in risk of incident cardiovascular disease.
New research from Kaiser Permanente Northern California suggests gestational diabetes was linked to a 2-fold increase in risk of coronary artery calcification, regardless of glycemic control after giving birth.