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    Q: What is the association between CV risk and the frequency of adding salt to foods and the DASH diet? A: Reduced frequency of adding salt correlated with lower risk for #heartfailure & #ischemicheartdisease, but not #stroke. Get the details ➡️ https://t.co/DEDTckWypG #cvPrev - view on twitter

AbstractAims. Family history is a known risk factor for early-onset myocardial infarction (EOMI). However, the role of modifiable lifestyle and metabolic...

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AbstractAims. Particulate matter pollution is the most important environmental mediator of global cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Air pollution...

Regularly adding a little more salt to your meals may be having a significant impact on your risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD) or...

Join moderator George A. Mensah, MD, and expert panelists for an engaging discussion highlighting regional considerations, geographic trends, and clinical implications of the burden...

Join moderator George A. Mensah, MD, and expert panelists for an engaging discussion highlighting regional considerations, geographic trends, and clinical implications of the burden...

Higher levels of lipoprotein(a) are associated with risk similar to that seen with familial hypercholesterolemia, but with risk starting as low as an Lp(a)...

Lowest CVD risk seen for those who combined a DASH-style diet with lowest frequency of adding salt to...