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Life's Simple 7 factors tied to 41% difference in Afib risk

PCNA SmartBrief | Dec 01, 2016

People with the best scores for the cardiovascular risk factors known as Life's Simple 7 were 41% less likely than those with the lowest scores to develop atrial fibrillation, according to a study of 6,500 adults presented at a meeting of the American Heart Association. The factors are blood pressure, body-mass index, smoking, diet, cholesterol, blood sugar and exercise. HealthDay News (11/19)


Healthy lifestyle may reduce genetic risk of heart disease

PCNA SmartBrief | Nov 17, 2016

CE Spotlight: Exercise really IS medicine

PCNA SmartBrief | Dec 01, 2016

Risk factors in midlife linked to future heart failure risk

PCNA SmartBrief | Dec 01, 2016

Health anxiety linked with increased heart disease risk

PCNA SmartBrief | Nov 10, 2016

New study links saturated fats, heart disease risk

PCNA SmartBrief | Dec 01, 2016

NP's app helps heart failure patients live healthier lives

PCNA SmartBrief | Nov 17, 2016

Hypertension treatment leading to big drop in BP may have risks

PCNA SmartBrief | Nov 17, 2016

NP discusses study on HF patient medication adherence

PCNA SmartBrief | Nov 10, 2016

Fluctuating weight raises heart risks for some women

PCNA SmartBrief | Nov 17, 2016


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