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Call for Papers CIRCULATION Go Red For Women Issue 2019
07/20/2018 | CIRCULATION welcomes the submission of manuscripts focusing on the topic of cardiovascular disease and women for the February 2019 Go Red For Women Issue.
CIRCULATION Editor's Picks July 2018
07/19/2018 | CIRCULATON Editor's Picks for June/July 2018
New JAHA Featured Articles -July 3, 2018
07/06/2018 | New featured articles from JAHA for July 3, 2018.
CIRCULATON on the Run Highlights for June 2018
07/05/2018 | Highlights from the June 2018 edition of the CIRCULATION on the Run podcast series
CIRCULATON on the Run Highlights Fellows-in-Training Special Episode #3
06/28/2018 | Third Fellows-in-Training Special Fellows-in-Training Special Episode #3 CIRCULATION on the Run podcast series. Carolyn Lam, Amit Khera, Beth Hill, Mesfer Alfadhel
Additional Perspective on NSAIDs and Patients with CVD Who May be Using Aspirin
06/25/2018 | A recent study suggests that NSAIDs may not interfere with the cardiac benefits of aspirin. Those are the widely reported top-line results of the latest post hoc analysis of the PRECISION trial, originally published in 2016 and reported at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions that year.
CIRCULATION | Special Issue: The Autopsy in Cardiovascular Medicine
06/22/2018 | CIRCULATON Special Issue: The Autopsy in Cardiovascular Medicine
New JAHA Featured Articles - June 19, 2018
06/22/2018 | New featured articles from JAHA for June 19, 2018.
Resuscitation Education Science: Educational Strategies to Improve Outcomes From
06/21/2018 | Despite millions being trained each year in CPR, major gaps exist in the delivery of optimal clinical care for individuals with cardiac arrest (e.g., poor-quality CPR or no CPR in the out-of-hospital setting).
IKDS 2018 Science News
06/12/2018 | AHA's coverage of IKDS 2018, studying the latest in Kawasaki's disease -- a children's illness that can affect the coronary arteries and heart muscle.