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Studies link dietary habits to CVD risks

PCNA SmartBrief | Mar 09, 2017

A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association listed 10 dietary factors linked to cardiometabolic mortality, with high sodium intake at the top of the list, followed by low consumption of nuts and seeds, high processed meat intake and low consumption of omega-3 fats from seafood. A separate study presented at an American Heart Association conference found population-based programs to increase fruit and vegetable consumption globally could reduce years of life lost because of disability and prevent premature death linked to cardiovascular disease. MedPage Today (free registration) (03/07) Healio (free registration) (03/08)


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US sodium intake increases, study data show

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Study links food insecurity, poorer cardiovascular metrics

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Announcing: Webcast of the Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium

PCNA SmartBrief | Mar 02, 2017

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Bill would let advanced practice nurses supervise cardiac rehab programs

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Study: Pacemakers may be affected by electromagnetic fields

PCNA SmartBrief | Mar 02, 2017

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Webcast of the Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium

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