Sex-specific analysis of BP trajectories using data of >32,000 individuals indicates that BP elevation during life span increased faster in women than in men, starting at 30 years.
This prospective study showed that 6 months training and completion of a first-time marathon results in a reduction in blood pressure and aortic stiffness in healthy participants.
DIabetes summit Prof. Mathieu concludes that clinical practice lags behind regarding available evidence on management of T2DM. She considers what causes this gap and who needs to act to change it.
A longitudinal study in Japan revealed that being overweight/obese at age 3, or having had an overweight/obese mother before she was pregnant is predictive of overweight/obesity at 15 years in girls.
Although diabetes care is highly organized in the Netherlands, CV morbidity and mortality rates in T2DM patients have not come down from 2008 to 2016 and life years lost remains considerably high.
Diabetes summit Prof. Cosentino considers the how and why of development of clinical guidelines, in light of new recommendations in the 2019 ESC/EASD diabetes guidelines.
In a healthy adult population, higher protein intake was associated with renal hyperfiltration and rapid decline of eGFR compared to those taking lowest protein intake. With poll
Diabetes summit An expert declaration has been composed on how to bridge the gap between clinical guidelines and daily clinical reality in T2DM care. Bala mentions the policy recommendations in the declaration.
This prospective registry study of a real-world cohort of elderly HFrEF patients showed that sacubitril/valsartan was safe and effective, even in those >80 years.
Diabetes summit Prof. Lehmann considers factors that may play a role when diabetes guidelines are not adequately implemented, and how these barriers may be overcome.
Regular consumption of chili peppers is associated with lower risk of total and CVD mortality in a large cohort of Italian adults, independent of adherence to a Mediterranean diet.
Presence of calcified plaques have been found in the mummified remains of three of four studied young Inuit individuals who lived 500 years ago.