Risk factors for heart disease put expectant mothers at higher risk for adverse pregnancy outcomes as well as increased chances of high blood pressure years after delivery.
Elevated mean platelet volume levels have been presumed to be linked to metabolic disorders and cardiovascular diseases, although a causative relationship has never before been proven. In this study, researchers evaluate the relationship between mean platelet volume and metabolic syndrome in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus.
At the 2021 International Stroke Conference, researchers presented their findings on stroke among men with COVID-19 and high comorbidity burden.
In this study, researchers assess the connection between bone fragility and major adverse coronary events in older men.
Adhering to regular physical activity and a healthy diet in midlife is associated with a reduced risk for metabolic syndrome.
Central hypothyroidism occurs as a result of a poorly functioning thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) that only reaches low to normal levels. In this featured study, researchers examine whether levothyroxine treatment can raise TSH levels and resolve metabolic issues.
SGLT2i use was linked to reduced mortality and morbidity in a real-world cohort of patients with heart failure and diabetes.
Study authors evaluated whether using an observational study that includes Medicare claims data could detect the proarrhythmic risk of medications known to prolong the QT interval.
Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are associated with modestly increased risks for autism spectrum disorders and possibly ADHD in offspring.
Observational studies using Mendelian randomization have demonstrated a causal relationship between normal range thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) levels and blood lipids. In this featured study, researchers attempt to show a causal relationship between thyroid function and lipids.
In otherwise healthy individuals, periodontitis is associated with higher systolic blood pressure.