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Heart group says sedentary time increases mortality, health risks

PCNA SmartBrief | Aug 18, 2016

An American Heart Association scientific statement recommends people "sit less, move more" because sedentary behavior is linked to a higher risk of mortality, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and impaired insulin sensitivity. The statement, published in the journal Circulation, called for people to get at least 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity each day but noted that exercise does not cancel out the effects of sedentary time. Healio (free registration) (08/15)


Study shows dual fatality risk of high/low HDL cholesterol levels

PCNA SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2016

Analysis ties exercise to lower risk of heart disease, diabetes, stroke

PCNA SmartBrief | Aug 11, 2016

2016 Fall Learning Series

PCNA SmartBrief | Aug 04, 2016

Study: MetS scores increase from premenopause to menopause

PCNA SmartBrief | Aug 18, 2016

PCSK9 inhibitor drugs reduce LDL cholesterol, analysis finds

PCNA SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2016

Sleep apnea, resistant hypertension tied to higher heart risks

PCNA SmartBrief | Aug 04, 2016

Group releases added sugar intake standards for children

PCNA SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2016

Study suggests reason for switching anticoagulants

PCNA SmartBrief | Aug 11, 2016

Obesity is strong risk factor for heart failure, study finds

PCNA SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2016


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CE Spotlight -- Race and Ethnicity: Impact on Heart Disease

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Call for abstracts -- 2017 Annual Symposium on Cardiovascular Nursing

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2016 Fall Learning Series

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