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Tag: American Heart Association

5 4/5/2018

HealthDay digs to new lows in shovelware


Wearable defibrillator is said to save lives, but patients and doctors question at what cost

3 1/26/2018

New blood pressure guidelines are promoted with scars and scare tactics


American Heart Association’s meal timing guidance isn’t ready for prime time

3 12/2/2013

Coumadin, Clinton, and corporate conspired conformity: The case for decentralizing medical practice guidelines

16 11/24/2013

Statins and cardiovascular conflicts of interest


Be still, my heart, and let’s wait on medical conference abstract news


Pumping out heart news from the big Heart Association conference


Potpourri: What is AHA smoking? Will flu shots keep you healthy? Why do some oppose comparative effectiveness research?


Disease-mongering du jour: heart disease in young women. Red competing with pink?