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Coffee, tea, and cardiovascular events

AJMPlus | Feb 23, 2017

Coffee and tea are two of the most commonly consumed beverages in the world. The association of coffee and tea intake with coronary artery calcium and major adverse cardiovascular events remains uncertain. The American Journal of Medicine (02/2017)


Role of niacin in current clinical practice: A systematic review

AJMPlus | Feb 16, 2017

A new hope for obesity management

AJMPlus | Feb 09, 2017

Alcohol use disorder treatment

AJMPlus | Feb 02, 2017

30-day readmission and long-term outcomes in older heart failure patients

AJMPlus | Jan 26, 2017

30-day readmissions after an acute kidney injury hospitalization

AJMPlus | Feb 09, 2017

How is mortality risk affected by dietary protein consumption?

AJMPlus | Feb 16, 2017

Walking capacity may be an indicator of heart failure risk and mortality

AJMPlus | Feb 02, 2017

Metabolic syndrome and chronic kidney disease association

AJMPlus | Jan 26, 2017

Study: Mediterranean diet may reduce depression

AJMPlus | Feb 02, 2017


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