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Walking Pace and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

A UK Biobank prospective cohort study finds that self-reported walking pace may be a useful marker to identify people who are at high risk of developing T2D.

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Preoperative Management of Cardiovascular Medications Has related author video

The Society of Perioperative Assessment and Quality Improvement provides a consensus statement with guidance on management of 20 classes of medications commonly encountered during the presurgical evaluation. [Watch video]

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Curbing the Delta Surge Has related author video

This study compares clinical outcomes after treatment with the monoclonal antibodies bamlanivimab-etesevimab, casirivimab-imdevimab, and sotrovimab for mild to moderate COVID-19 during the peak of the delta variant. [Watch video]

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Outcomes of Athletes With Genetic Heart Diseases and ICDs Who Return to Play

Although studies have shown that athletes with ICDs can safely exercise, there are few data on outcomes for athletes with genetic heart disease and an ICD who choose to return-to-play.

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Dr Karl Nath discusses the Editor's Choice and Highlighted articles in the September 2022 issue.

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Ms Rewan Abdelwahab offers solutions to medical institutions for improving their diversity and inclusion by accommodating religious headwear in the surgical suite to enhance medical education around the globe.

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MCP Pioneers and Legends

Dr Vesna Garovic, Section Editor for Women's Health and Medicine of Sex Differences, facilitates a conversation with Dr Nanette Wenger, a distinguished professor from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Nanette Wenger: History of Cardiology at Emory and Grady

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