For the first time, the American Academy of Neurology has recommended exercise to improve memory and cognition in mild cognitive impairment.
Doctors at Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Integrative & Lifestyle Medicine already follow the American College of Physicians new guidelines that stress staying active and trying non-pharmaceutical remedies first, including mindfulness.
The nation’s leading sleep medicine society has updated guidelines on testing for sleep apnea for the first time in 10 years. A co-author of the document outlines key changes in recommendations.
The new AHA/ACC recommendations on peripheral artery disease (PAD) extend more broadly across the spectrum of PAD care. The guidelines’ vice chair explains why they’re more of a reboot than an update.
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Are medication and lifestyle changes failing to get type 2 diabetes in control? New clinical guidelines make bariatric surgery a standard treatment option for diabetics with mild obesity.
As donor heart supply continues to fall far short of demand, any attempt at a fix requires a simultaneous three-front strategy. So argues heart transplant specialist Eileen Hsich, MD.
The American College of Physicians recently issued guidelines advising against routine coronary artery disease screening for most adults who are at low risk for heart problems.
For decades, physicians have advised their patients to restrict their intake of high-cholesterol foods to avoid cardiovascular disease. New federal dietary guidelines no longer will limit these foods for most people.
Unprecedented guidelines from the American Society of Echocardiography take on suboptimal recognition of pericardial disease and help shape the rapid evolution of cardio-oncology.
New guidelines simplify heart valve disease management by recommending best approaches for each stage of severity.