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Women with AF at Higher CV Risk vs Men

The risk includes a 1.99X higher risk for stroke and 1.93X higher risk of CV mortality.
 

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Cardiovascular Diseases

Critics continue to call for independent analysis by outside investigators not involved with the original trial.

The risk includes a 1.99X higher risk for stroke and 1.93X higher risk of CV mortality, according to new research.

Results of a Norwegian study add to the evidence that shows moderate aerobic exercise is appropriate in patients with symptomatic AF.

... any amount at all. A new American College of Cardiology report says even minimal exercise helps lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

A mom brings her 2 young girls in for runny noses. But a close look at her face got this primary care doc thinking deeper thoughts.

Red meat has a dark side. Put your knowledge of the risks to the test in this quick quiz.

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Find data here on obesity, exercise, and OSA, plus 4 more factors that increase the risk for AF and other CV disease.

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