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June 23, 2022—The American College of Cardiology (ACC) and the American Heart Association (AHA) announced the release of a comprehensive set...

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Hydroxychloroquine and methotrexate showed similar risks of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) or ventricular arrythmia (VA) in older patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA); however, hydroxychloroquine...

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    A new #JACC analysis of Medicare data found that hydroxychloroquine and methotrexate had similar risks of #SuddenCardiacArrest or ventricular arrythmia in older patients w/ rheumatoid arthritis. Read more in @CRT_meeting: https://t.co/92ANUkxRcX #cvPrev - view on twitter

Meditation, as a religious practice or mystic experience, may be as old as...

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    Does meditation benefit ❤️ health? A #JACC study found that yoga, which features meditation, could improve symptoms for #AFib patients. Lately, this topic has garnered further scientific attention and @connpost delves into the key findings here: https://t.co/tYdHjns5vU - view on twitter

Hydroxychloroquine initiation in older patients with rheumatoid arthritis and heart failure was associated with an increased risk for cardiovascular events compared with...

The increased risk is thought to be partially due to cardiotoxic side effects from some radiotherapy and chemotherapy...

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Contact: Sam Roth, sroth@acc.org, WASHINGTON and DALLAS (Jun 23, 2022) – The American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association have released a...

Patients’ out-of-pocket costs are highest for the most effective...

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    According to new findings published in #JACC, out-of-pocket costs were significantly higher for Medicare enrollees receiving quadruple drug therapy for #HFrEF than regimens limited to generic medications. Read more in @Medscape: https://t.co/eOF7yPZpaO #SGLT2 #HeartFailure - view on twitter