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Posts Tagged ‘risk’
Joe Elia • March 15th, 2012
Categories: Audio, Diabetes type 2, diet, Nutrition, Rice, Uncategorized
Podcast 141: Clinically apparent atrial fibrillation increases stroke risk; does subclinical afib do the same?
Joe Elia • January 13th, 2012
Categories: Anticoagulation, Atrial fibrillation, Audio, stroke, Uncategorized
Joe Elia • March 2nd, 2011
Categories: Audio, Cardiovascular risk, screening, Uncategorized
Podcast 90: Preventing type 2 diabetes with low-dose metformin and rosiglitazone seems possible, but clinical use has to await results of another study.
Joe Elia • June 5th, 2010
Categories: CANOE trial, Diabetes type 2, rosiglitazone, Uncategorized
Podcast 66: Niacin versus ezetimibe in the face of high cardiovascular risk — a conversation with the ARBITER 6-HALTS trialist Allen Taylor
Joe Elia • November 22nd, 2009
Categories: Audio, Cardiology, Ezetimibe, niacin
One of the more intriguing pieces of research presented at the American Heart Association this week (and simultaneously released online in the New England Journal of Medicine) shows that extended-release niacin outperforms ezetimibe in high-risk patients. We talk with Dr. Allen J. Taylor, the study’s first author. Contact us at 1-617-440-4374 or write email@example.com. This [...]
Podcast 34: An interview with Cheryl Bushnell of Wake Forest about her paper in BMJ concerning migraines during pregnancy and the possibility of their relation to strokes and other vascular problems.
Joe Elia • March 13th, 2009
BMJ‘s paper on the possible association of migraine during pregnancy and stroke (and other vascular problems) is the focus of this week’s interview. We speak with first-author Dr. Cheryl Bushnell. And then there’s the week’s news, plus a message from a listener! It could have been you, if only you’d called 1-617-440-4374 and made a [...]