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Spontaneous coronary dissection Researchers in the Ischemic Heart Disease Program are looking at the mechanisms and genetics of spontaneous coronary dissection, one of the major causes of myocardial infarction in you...
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Women who smoke are 13 times more likely to get lung cancer than are women who don't smoke.
The Mediterranean diet is shown to reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, neurological diseases and diabetes.
Our lab work continues to build on successes that date back to the 1970s, when we discovered a novel enzyme abundant in the plasma of pregnant women that we called pregnancy-associated plasma protein A (PAPP-A).
Investigating outcome disparities for women and minorities with heart disease and a variety of other medical conditions.
Diabetes also significantly increases the risk of heart disease in all women with and without PCOS.
This study has revealed important information about an increased risk of heart disease, neurological disease, stroke and psychiatric conditions in women who had ovary removal surgery...
Smith is studying how the menopause transition influences blood pressure during exercise in both healthy women and women with cardiovascular disease.
Focus areas Obstetric anesthesia for women with cardiovascular disease Maternal anesthesia for fetal surgery Significance to patient care Maternal mortality in the U.S. is increasing, and cardiovascular disease...
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