Hypertension, smoking, and the levels of triglycerides were found to be independently associated with the risk for cardiovascular disease in patients with dysbetalipoproteinemia.
A distinct association between psoriasis and metabolic and cardiovascular disorders is demonstrated in this study, which also found considerable sex differences in cardiovascular risk factors.
Individuals with hypercholesterolemia without an identifiable genetic cause may be at a relatively lower risk for CVD than those with monogenic or polygenic etiologies.
The aims of the study were to discover efficacy of bariatric surgery for remission of diseases related to obesity, estimate metabolic changes over 5 years, and compare the outcomes of restrictive and gastric bypass surgeries.
A history of gestational diabetes is associated with increased risk for dyslipidemia.
One egg per day is not tied to an increase in the risk for heart disease, including cholesterol levels.
Initiation of antihypertensive and statin medication is associated with favorable and unfavorable lifestyle changes.
For vitamin D-deficient overweight and obese children, high-dose supplementation with vitamin D does not improve measures of arterial endothelial function or stiffness, but it does result in reductions in blood pressure and fasting glucose concentration.
The researchers noted associations between marijuana use and cardiovascular risks, which are mainly based on case reports, case series, or observational studies.
There was a dose-dependent association between the molar concentration of lipoprotein (a), and the risk of developing a number of cardiovascular diseases.
Metabolic syndrome is associated with poorer sleep in girls with polycystic ovary syndrome and obesity.