Healthier Lifestyles May Help Explain Long-Term Hip Fracture Decline

A new study finds that decreases in two osteoporosis risk factors — smoking and heavy alcohol use — help account for a steady drop in hip fracture rates in the U.S. over 40 years.

Arthroscopic Shoulder Instability Repair: An Orthopedist Details Technical Factors for Success

Successful arthroscopic shoulder instability repair requires a carefully devised surgical plan focused on several technical aspects of the procedure, according to one expert.

What Does ISCHEMIA Mean for Interventional Cardiology?

The multi-year study showed medication and lifestyle changes are as effective as invasive procedures.

Best Practices Defined for Genetic Testing in Cardiac & Vascular Diseases

Genetic testing for certain cardiovascular diseases may provide insight for patient care.

MIS-C May Pose Lasting Effects on a Child’s Heart

Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) is a condition that causes widespread inflammation to a child’s vital organ systems, including the cardiovascular system.

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