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Lorlatinib Superior to Crizotinib for ALK-Positive NSCLC

Inhaled Treprostinil Beneficial in Pulmonary Hypertension

Exercise capacity improved, clinical worsening reduced for patients with pulmonary HTN due to interstitial lung disease

Review Confirms Interarm SBP Difference, Mortality Link

All-cause mortality risk increased with interarm systolic blood pressure difference magnitude from ≥5 mm Hg threshold

Guidelines Developed for Diabetes Management in CKD

eGFR Variability Linked to All-Cause Mortality Risk

No association seen for estimated glomerular filtration rate variability and cardiovascular disease events

La obesidad tiene un rol en las tasas más altas de cáncer de mama de las mujeres negras

Postpartum Trajectory Differs by Race After Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy

At six weeks postpartum, 68 percent of Black women and 51 percent of White women meet hypertension criteria

SB 1/7 --Stopping Common Heart Meds Could Be Risky for Kidney Patients

Intradialytic Hypotension Tied to Peripheral Artery Disease

Findings based on large, national study of more than 45,000 hemodialysis patients

La obesidad tiene un rol en las tasas más altas de cáncer de mama de las mujeres negras

Hypertension at Middle Age Associated With Cognitive Decline

Among treated individuals, blood pressure control at baseline inversely linked to global cognitive, memory test scores

B 11/12 AHA Black patients BP meds

High Blood Pressure Linked to White Matter Hyperintensities

Any increase in blood pressure was associated with increased WMH, even below 140, 90 mmHg for SBP, DBP

AHA: Black Patients Less Likely to Receive Indicated BP Treatment Intensification

This accounts for about a quarter of the total effect on blood pressure control

Targeted Efforts Do Not Alter Outcomes in Healthy Elderly

For seniors, vitamin D, omega-3 supplement, strength training, alone or in combination, do not improve clinical outcomes

Most couples are concordant in cardiovascular risk factors

Most Couples Concordant for Cardiovascular Risk

In 79 percent of couples, both members are in nonideal category for cardiovascular health score