Según los hallazgos de una investigación reciente en la que se usó información del Estudio de la Salud de la Comunidad Hispana/Estudio de los Latinos, los mexicanos tienden más que los sudamericanos a tener diabetes.
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Our strategic impact goal to improve the cardiovascular health of all Americans by 20% while we focus on reducing deaths from heart disease and stroke by 20% during that same time period. These are aggressive goals. As we sit here today, fewer than 1% of all Americans are in […]
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One in three U.S. adults — about 80 million people— have high blood pressure and need to be aware of things that can raise it, such as: too much salt; decongestants; too much alcohol; hot tubs and saunas; weight gain; and too much sitting.
The American Heart Association has been awarded Joint Accreditation status, a certification for excellence in interprofessional continuing education that has been attained by fewer than 20 organizations to date.
To achieve Joint Accreditation, applicants must meet specific criteria for medical, pharmacy and nursing continuing education, based […]
What does the SPRINT study say about lowering blood pressure?
The clinical trial sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, called the Systolic Blood Pressure Intervention Trial (SPRINT), studied people over age 50 who had high blood pressure and at least one other risk factor for heart disease. (Patients with […]