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Add-On PPI Therapy May Improve Glycemic Control in Diabetes

Early Glycemic Control May Cut CV Risk in Type 2 Diabetes

Greater glycemic variability is associated with increased risk for major adverse cardiovascular events

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Smokers Who Shift to Vaping May Improve Other Health Measures

Findings seen for adults' health and social functioning measured at ages 30 and 39 years


Lifestyle Coaching Intervention Improves BP Control Among Blacks

At 24 and 48 months, greater BP control was seen in the lifestyle coaching group versus the usual care group

Increased Flexibility Seen in Preapproval Evidence for New Drugs

Twenty-eight percent of trials used historical, external, or other control; nearly half used surrogate measure as a primary end point

Nutrient-Laden Snacks Can Meaningfully Cut Cholesterol

Screening Could Help Identify Familial Hypercholesterolemia

For adults aged 20 to 39 years, clinical criteria alone would yield 1.3 cases per 1,000 screened; adding genetic testing would increase the yield to 4.2 cases

Guideline Updated for Management of Spontaneous ICH

Some in-hospital therapies and prophylactic treatments may confer no benefit or are potentially harmful and should be reconsidered

Age Impacts Outcomes After Ablation for Atrial Fibrillation

Hypertension, Arterial Stiffness Linked to Risk for Diabetes

Highest risk for diabetes seen for those with hypertension, AS compared with those with normotension and normal AS

5/16 -- Hispanics Wait Half-Hour Longer in ER When Chest Pain Strikes

Hispanic Patients Wait Longer When Presenting to ED With Chest Pain

Overall disposition from the emergency department was 1.39 times longer for Hispanic versus non-Hispanic patients

Risk for Type 1 MI Hospitalization Increased With Prediabetes

Younger adults with prediabetes have increased odds of T1MI, but do not have increased risk for MACCE

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DDW: Cardiovascular Disease More Common in Lean NAFLD Patients

Findings independent of other risk factors like age, sex, race, smoking status, diabetes, hypertension, and dyslipidemia