Science News from EPI|Lifestyle 2019
George R. Brown Convention Center | Houston, Texas
Tuesday, March 5
Mary Ann Bauman, MD, suggests some solutions to a study finding that in spite of greater risk, other health issues are a higher priority than heart disease for young women.
Heart Healthy Behaviors in Young Women: What Prevents Teens From Going Red?
Courtney A Brown, Division of Adolescent/Young Adult Medicine, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA
Cardiovascular Health Behavior and Health Factor Trends (1999-2014) and Projections to 2050: Results From the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys
Sadiya S Khan | Northwestern University, Chicago, IL
Robert Eckel, MD, past president of the American Heart Association, comments on the findings of a study on smoking and cognitive decline presented during EPI | Lifestyle 2019 in Houston.
Smoking and Cognitive Decline at Older Age: Using Surveillance and Imputation to Deal With Differential Mortality
Aozhou Wu | Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD