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Although the updated heart failure guidelines from the U.K.’s National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) are broadly consistent with similar guidelines from Europe and the U.S., outside experts are questioning several key details of the update. -Team@CMHF

When we do epidemiologic studies and try to see what people’s habits are, one thing that seems to come out over and over again is that people who consume fish seem to have less cardiovascular disease, particularly less coronary disease. The reason for this seems to be the n-3 marine fatty acids in fish, and […]

Perimenopausal and menopausal women & elderly adults are prescribed calcium supplements in the name of preventing osteoporosis. Of what benefit is it to the patient?  What is its influence on cardiovascular risk? Here is an insight. Team@CMHF

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