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Exercise at any level is good for the heart, report says

PCNA SmartBrief | Jan 21, 2016

Studies show small amounts of exercise can help reduce the risk of heart disease and the potential health risks of high levels of aerobic exercise still do not outweigh the benefits, according to a report in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Researchers said clinicians should recommend low to moderate levels of exercise for most patients. "The greatest benefit is to simply exercise, regardless of the intensity," said Dr. Valentin Fuster. HealthDay News (01/18)


CDC launches prediabetes awareness campaign

PCNA SmartBrief | Jan 28, 2016

AHA outlines deficits in heart attack care for women

PCNA SmartBrief | Jan 28, 2016

Dietary guidelines are part of strategy to prevent chronic disease

PCNA SmartBrief | Jan 14, 2016

CDC: Daily salt intake in US raises heart disease risk

PCNA SmartBrief | Jan 14, 2016

Almost half of obese adults are metabolically healthy, study says

PCNA SmartBrief | Feb 11, 2016

Small actions mean a lot when it comes to patient satisfaction

PCNA SmartBrief | Jan 14, 2016

New AFib resources available

PCNA SmartBrief | Feb 11, 2016

Study: AFib presents greater heart, stroke risks in women than men

PCNA SmartBrief | Jan 21, 2016

Study: Caffeine may not cause cardiac rhythm disturbances

PCNA SmartBrief | Jan 28, 2016


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New AFib resources available

PCNA SmartBrief | Feb 11, 2016

Hypertension Guidelines at the 22nd Annual Symposium

PCNA SmartBrief | Feb 04, 2016

New CE course available

PCNA SmartBrief | Jan 28, 2016

Annual Symposium: Bring your family along!

PCNA SmartBrief | Jan 21, 2016




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