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New Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Adult Overweight and Obesity
New Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Adult Overweight and Obesity Synopsis summarizes the key recommendations of the guideline regarding management of overweight and obesity, including referral to comprehensive lifestyle interventions that combine behavioral, dietary, and physical activity change, and additional tools of pharmacologic and procedural interventions.


HFA CONFERENCE NEWS June 29 - July 01, 2021, Virtual
HFA CONFERENCE NEWS June 29 - July 01, 2021, Virtual IV Iron Can Save Costs in HF With Iron Deficiency in Analysis; HF Med Undertreatment Due to Older Age Common, Flouts Evidence; Iron-Clad Benefits of CRT Seen in Reduced-EF Heart Failure; Assays May Guide SGLT2 Inhibitor Use in High CV-Risk Diabetes


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"COVID-19 and cardiovascular diseases: main aspects" The report of Igor S. Yavelov MD, PhD, Professor of cardiology CV risk factors and CVD are present in many patients with COVID-19 and their presence is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular complications with new coronavirus infection.


Young adults who lost and then restored heart health had lower risk of heart attack, stroke
Young adults who lost and then restored heart health had lower risk of heart attack, stroke A long-term analysis of young adults in Korea found that those with poor heart health had higher rates of cardiovascular disease at a younger age.


EAS Helsinki 2021 Virtual.  THE RISE OF CARDIOMETABOLIC DISEASE
EAS Helsinki 2021 Virtual. THE RISE OF CARDIOMETABOLIC DISEASE Not only are we living in a COVID-19 pandemic, but also an accelerating pandemic of cardiometabolic disease, requiring renewed focus. The third plenary session discussed options to address this escalation in cardiometabolic disease.


COVID-19 vaccine benefits still outweigh risks, despite possible rare heart complications. Statement from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association
COVID-19 vaccine benefits still outweigh risks, despite possible rare heart complications. Statement from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association Late last week, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) alerted health care professionals that they are monitoring the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) and the Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD) for cases of young adults developing the rare heart-related complication myocarditis, after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna.


Administration of patients during and after a coronavirus pandemic. Interview with professor Mekhman N. Mamedov.
Administration of patients during and after a coronavirus pandemic. Interview with professor Mekhman N. Mamedov. Dear Colleagues! On April 27, 2021, at the initiative of the Indonesian Society of Cardiology, an online meeting was held with one of the leading experts of Russia in the cardiology, Professor Mekhman N. Mamedov


Six pregnancy complications are among red flags  for heart disease later in life. American Heart Association Scientific Statement
Six pregnancy complications are among red flags for heart disease later in life. American Heart Association Scientific Statement Six pregnancy-related complications - high blood pressure, gestational diabetes, preterm delivery, small-for-gestational-age delivery, pregnancy loss or placental abruption – increase a woman’s risk for developing cardiovascular disease (CVD) later in life, according to a new scientific statement from the American Heart Association, published today in the Association’s flagship journal Circulation.


X International forum of cardiology and internal medicine
X International forum of cardiology and internal medicine Dear Colleagues! The jubilee X International Forum of Cardiology and Internal medicine in the online format has completed. Event diaries, abstract book, forum report, and full versions of video recordings of lectures are presented at the links


Eating meat ‘raises risk of heart disease, diabetes and pneumonia
Eating meat ‘raises risk of heart disease, diabetes and pneumonia UK researchers find link between regular meat intake and nine non-cancerous illnesses. Eating meat regularly increases a person’s risk of developing heart disease, diabetes, pneumonia and other serious illnesses, research has found.