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Lifestyle and CVD literature

Looking for a quick reading option on the latest update in preventive cardiology?

Prevention

The January-February issue of the EACPR literature review in the field of lifestyle and cardiovascular disease is now available



Interesting new material has been published rencently,especially on CVD risk and nutrition, some of them of extra interest:

  • Most politically important: the unexpected high drop in new cases of acute infarctions in countries which have applied the smoking ban
  • Most geographical: the puzzling link between geographical latitude and carotid arteriosclerosis
  • Most somniferous: do not sleep too long or you might run the risk of catching type II diabetes
  • ...and for junior doctors: being on call apparently increases your CVD risk?

Read these articles and more in the EACPR Lifestyle & CVD Literature vol. 14

We wish you a pleasant read!

Prof. Joep Perk, EACPR Lifestyle & CVD Literature Editor


This selection of scientific news is provided to you by the European Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (EACPR), in collaboration with the Current Medicine Group. Updated every 6 to 8 weeks, it is scientifically independent from any commercial or industrial interests and reflects the EACPR engagement in preventive cardiology.

MedWireis an independent clinical news service provided by Current Medicine Group, a part of Springer Science+Business Media. © Current Medicine Group Ltd; 2010