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Cerebrovascular Diseases

Results of a new study suggest that changes in cognitive function may reflect more global vascular damage and serve as a surrogate marker.

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Is eating chocolate good for your patients’ health good or bad? Savor these slides for a concise summary of this favorite food’s medicinal pros and cons.

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A new analysis of the ALLHAT study finds greater morbidity among patients with visit-to-visit variation in systolic BP than among those with more consistent measures.

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A multi-step inflammatory cascade appears to connect hyperglycemia and brain dysfunction.

It’s time to rethink aspirin; there’s optimism about the PCSK9 inhibitors; and new help for people with valvular heart disease. What else is new in cardiology?

Novel oral anticoagulant myths debunked

No monitoring necessary; don't use them before electrical cardioversion; and count them out for periprocedural use during AF ablation. Really?

A new study suggests that inpatient statin use is linked to improved outcomes after intracranial hemorrhage.

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