Physically demanding work is associated with increased risk of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) and ischemic stroke; and the effects of physical work demands and leisure time physical activity combine to increase coronary risk.
Stroke and subclinical markers of macrovascular disease are associated with cognitive decline in older adults with type 2 diabetes.
Researchers will use MRI to identify structural brain changes that correlate with symptom relief in patients with IBS.
Heavy alcohol consumption is associated with greater white matter damage in people who do not regularly do aerobic exercise.
Presenting fee data to providers at the time of laboratory test orders is associated with a small reduction in the number of tests ordered.
For patients with Alzheimer's disease, a year-long exercise program is associated with reduced deterioration in physical functioning.
Children with migraine headaches are more likely to have a history of infantile colic.
The prevalence of healthy lifestyle behaviors in patients with either a coronary heart disease (CHD) or stroke event is low in various countries with different income levels, but those living in poorer countries have the lowest prevalence.
Pharmacist and runner Jay Sochoka, BSPharm, RPh, reflects on his experiences competing in the Boston Marathon and shares his thoughts on the tragedy that occurred at this year’s race.
Some inherited cases of vasovagal syncope, or fainting caused by particular triggers, are linked to a particular region of chromosome 15q26.