A top heart society has issued recommendations that address women’s unique risk factors in addition to conventional risks. The lead author shares key takeaways.
A co-author of this first-of-its-kind document explains why cardiac intensive care needs to be different for the oldest patients — and shares some key recommendations for how to tailor it.
A metabolite of the essential amino acid phenylalanine has been shown to play an important role in driving cardiovascular disease by enhancing platelet reactivity and acting upon platelet adrenergic receptors.
The annual conference, which takes place in Cleveland and Baton Rouge, provide clinicians the latest on the science and treatment of obesity and its comorbidities.
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Experts from Cleveland Clinic and top London centers will gather at the Royal Society of Medicine for two days in September to share insights across major areas of cardiovascular disease.
Nurse-led research projects explore delirium screening tools and the need to raise awareness of delirium symptoms in everyday clinical practice.
In this Q&A, the Associate Chief Nursing Officer for Cleveland Clinic’s main campus shares her thoughts on advances in this ever-evolving role.
Bold research project will focus on the role of the extracellular matrix in cardiovascular development and disease.
Fifty years ago, U.S. adults were far more likely to die of heart disease. A new multimedia timeline spotlights advances since 1967 that helped change that.
Patients with STEMI have gotten younger over the past 20 years and show steadily rising rates of obesity and other key risk factors, a new study finds. Here are the essentials in infographic form.