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Report: Most Men Are Not Young at Heart

Heart age is higher than actual age, so many men don’t understand their risk of cardiovascular diseases and are missing opportunities to prevent them.

Cardiovascular Diseases

Dr Bobby Lazzara reviews a new study that suggests reducing fluctuations in blood pressure in older adults could help prevent loss of cognitive function and verbal memory.

What specific symptoms might be more likely in children with a family history of MI vs those with a history of diabetes?

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With the sun and fun of summer also come threats of seasonal disorders. Our slideshow highlights recent research findings on summer ills.

Is prevalence of atrial fibrillation higher in men or women? Which sex is more likely to be asymptomatic? At higher risk for stroke?

Ablation has become a leading option to arrest AF in many patients. Try 3 quick questions to test your ablation quotient.

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Assessment of frailty status, as well as chronological age, should be used to make clinical decisions.

New drugs and more complex patients make anticoagulation for atrial fibrillation a new ballgame. Here, a topline from guidelines for primary care.

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