Most Recent Articles by Britt Gambino
As a result of impaired coronary distensibility index, individuals with adverse childhood experience may have a greater risk for MACE.
Cognition and memory loss do not demonstrate adverse effects with evolocumab and statin therapy.
Having heart disease risks in middle age may increase the risk for developing dementia later in life.
The prevalence of acute coronary syndrome was significantly higher among those who committed suicide than with healthy individuals.
The strongest predictor of depression in patients with chronic stable angina was an episode of depression within the past 10 years.
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