JAMA editors name the journal’s best articles of the decade
High blood pressure, septic shock, learning algorithms, and waste in the U.S. health system top the decade’s reading list from JAMA’s editors.
5 changes your patients can make to improve BP control
High blood pressure can lead to more serious health conditions. Here are five changes your patients can make to improve their blood pressure.
Help patients monitor cholesterol to lower heart disease risk
High cholesterol strongly contributes to heart disease risk. Find out how you can help your patients monitor and lower their cholesterol levels.
A crisis in cardiovascular health: What to tell your patients
Heart disease is America’s biggest killer, and it's making a deadly comeback. Here's how you can talk to your patients about preventing heart disease.
What is the physician role in patients’ experience of death?
Advanced cardiopulmonary technologies can postpone certain death and reshape a physician’s view of what is considered good end-of-life care.
Why added-sugar nutrition labeling could save lives, money
Revised labels calling out a food product’s added sugar content should create huge benefits to the nation’s health and economy—if consumers understand and use the information.
New heart-disease prevention guideline: What physicians must know
Evidence-driven recommendations from the ACC and the AHA mean goodbye to baby aspirin for healthy older adults. Here is what else you should know.
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