Eliminating elevated cholesterol levels, diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and smoking can greatly reduce CVD mortality.
Payment barriers and insurance coverage gaps pose challenges.
Although they have sex with the same frequency as other girls, obese teens are less likely to use contraception.
Increasing community CPR competence could boost cardiac arrest survival.
Adults aged older than 50 years with depression may have a twofold increased risk of stroke.
Women taking contraceptive pills that contain newer types of progestogen have higher clot risks.
Monitoring kidney function in hospitalized patients can help prevent acute kidney injury.
The Cervarix vaccine may be as effective in one or two doses as it is with three.
Patients with uncomplicated appendicitis may be treated with antibiotics instead of surgery.
Adhering to a Mediterranean diet may help fight against cognitive decline in older adults.