Dyslipidemia is a disruption in the amount of lipids in the blood.
An editorial published in The American Journal of Cardiology describes how wrong food choices can impact health at individual and population levels. Also discussed in the editorial are the ethical implications of eating animal-based foods and measures to promote healthier diets.
In a recent study published in the journal Cell Reports, researchers in Cincinnati, USA, assessed the impact of dietary alteration to a high-fat diet (HFD) on the intestine.
Consistently elevated lipids and dyslipidemia in early life were associated with worsening subclinical atherosclerosis, but simulated lipid treatment in late adolescence stopped atherosclerosis progression, a paper published in Atherosclerosis concludes.
Researchers compared the waning of vaccine-induced immunity from two and three doses of mRNA COVID-19 Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine BNT162b2 by conducting a repeated serological study to assess the prolonged humoral response.
A new one-stop guideline takes a 360-degree approach to managing heart disease in Canadian patients, with 83 recommendations in one easy-to-use reference. The guideline is published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).
A recent study published in the European Heart Journal reveals that using illicit drugs can increase atrial fibrillation risk.
Researchers report that a weekly dose of semaglutide led to a significant BMI reduction in adolescents.
Researchers evaluated the impact of PEC [pod-based electronic (e)-cigarette] usage on cardiovascular (CVS) health under the agenesis of the AHA’s TCORS (tobacco center for regulatory science) group.
A new study evaluated the current research on incidences of hypertension, new-onset diabetes mellitus, and dyslipidemia as possible sequelae of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Weight gain is a common complaint of midlife women, with more than two-thirds of midlife US women being over the ideal weight threshold. Aging-related metabolic changes promote weight gain in both sexes, but women face additional challenges because of menopause.
Recently, researchers presented an overview of sex-based differences in adverse drug reactions (ADRs) based on epidemiology, technique, and underlying mechanism data.
A new study reviewed evidence from trials and studies to assess the risks and benefits of using statins to prevent or reduce morbidities or mortalities related to cardiovascular disease (CVD).
A new study has highlighted the significance of high-density lipoprotein COVID-19 pathogenesis and outcome.
In the recent popular Korean TV series "The Light in Your Eyes," many viewers emphasized with the main character suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers developed recommendations for counseling non-obese 40 to 60 years old women with body mass index (BMI) values ≤29.9 kg/m2 for obesity prevention.
By the year 2060, projected rates of cardiovascular risk factors and disease will increase significantly in the United States, according to a study published today in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Substantial increases in cardiovascular trends may contribute to a rising burden on the U.S. health care system and highlight the need for equitable access to prevention education and treatments now to prevent future disease.
New research assessed the association of smoking with COVID-19 complications.
ith the westernization of eating habits, the proportion of obese people is increasing all over the world. Obesity is an urgent issue because obesity is a risk factor leading to various diseases such as diabetes, fatty liver and dyslipidemia.
A unique Mount Sinai study focused on a multi-ethnic, underserved community in New York City shows that young Black adults are twice as likely to have atherosclerosis as similarly situated young Hispanic adults.
Researchers investigated the association between a complete 10-second one-legged stance and all-cause mortality.