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Cardiovascular Disease is the Leading Cause of U.S. Maternal Death

January 16, 2020

Women in the United States (U.S.) have a higher risk of dying during pregnancy and the postpartum period than women in any other industrialized country. Approximately three in five pregnancy-related deaths in the U.S. are preventable.1 Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of maternal death and is responsible for >33% of pregnancy-related deaths, including cardiomyopathy…

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Dr. Beverly Malone to Give Opening Keynote at the 26th Annual Cardiovascular Nursing Symposium

January 6, 2020
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Be inspired by our opening keynote speaker, Dr. Beverly Malone, who will address the topic, Advancing Global Health through Nursing Leadership. Learn the important role that nurses play in closing the health disparities gap and transforming health care systems to achieve improved outcomes. Dr. Malone is the chief executive officer of the National League for…

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Eggs and Cardiovascular Health: A Continuing Controversy

December 2, 2019

The role of eggs in the incidence of cardiovascular disease has been examined for decades. In 2016, a meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies concluded that, overall, there was no clear association between egg intake and increased or decreased risk of CHD. (1) However, a meta-analysis published in 2019 found that, among U.S. adults, a higher…

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