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Menopausal hormone therapy should not be used for prevention of coronary heart disease.
Since 1995, the gap in life expectancy for those with mental illness has increased vs. the general population.
New use of either long-acting β-agonists or anticholinergics is associated with increased risks of cardiovascular events among older individuals with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
A hysterectomy in midlife with or without ovarian conservation is unlikely to accelerate women's cardiovascular disease risk.
In patients who have previously been considered difficult to image, dual-source cardiac computed tomography can identify clinically significant coronary artery disease.
Social media, email, and other communication technologies have created great opportunities for clinicians to communicate with patients. But being social must be balanced with medical professionalism. MPR investigates.
Despite the commonness and destructive sequelae of stress, Americans are not receiving adequate stress management guidance from their health care providers, according to a recent study.
Statin drugs have been effective in fighting cardiovascular disease and hypercholesterolemia, yet as many as one-fifth of patients discontinue using statins, usually due to adverse events. Is it really necessary for these patients to permanently discontinue statins? MPR investigates.