Children born by Cesarean section may be more likely to develop obesity later in life.
A mean 51% reduction in LDL cholesterol was seen in the group assigned to the 300 mg dose of inclisiran.
Veterans undergoing statin therapy had an increased risk of developing diabetes over a 10-year period; however, physical fitness was associated with a decreased risk of developing the condition.
Individuals with 1 or 2 dominant G alleles of rs713598 in the TAS2R38 gene were 1.9 times more likely to consume sodium >2.3 g/d.
An analysis of more than 80,000 Chinese participants found that all alcohol consumption slowed the decline of HDL cholesterol in the body.
A history of childhood adversity was associated with blood pressure dysfunction from childhood into adulthood.
Postmenopausal women whose weight fluctuated due to dieting had a significantly higher risk for death from sudden cardiac death and coronary heart disease.
Antihypertensive drugs and rosuvastatin did not prevent or worsen cognitive decline in those at intermediate risk for CVD.
Bariatric surgery was associated with a significant reduction in risk of heart failure among obese patients.
A multifaceted campaign that included policy change and community outreach led to a decrease in sales of sugary drinks.
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