Behavioral Medicine

Yoga-CaRe Commentary

Eric Peterson, MD, chair of the program committee for Scientific Sessions 2018, comments on the results of the Yoga-CaRe trial, which was presented at the meeting in Chicago.

Science News

2020 AHA/ACC Consensus Conference on Professionalism and Ethics
Management of Stage 1 Hypertension in Adults With a Low 10-Year Risk for Cardiovascular Disease
Obesity and Cardiovascular Disease
Harnessing Mobile Health Technology for Secondary Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in Older Adults
A Primary Care Agenda for Brain Health

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How to Address Physical Activity Participation After Stroke in Research and Clinical Practice
Aerobic Exercise Restores Aging‐Associated Reductions in Arterial Adropin Levels and Improves Adropin‐Induced Nitric Oxide‐Dependent Vasorelaxation
Serial Versus Single Cardiovascular Screening of Adolescent Athletes
More Evidence for 5-a-Day for Fruit and Vegetables and a Greater Need for Translating Dietary Research Evidence to Practice
Treating Diabetes to Prevent Stroke

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