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Editor's Choice Article

Mental Stress and Its Effects on Vascular Health

Greater attention should be given to developing treatment strategies that target mental stress and endothelial dysfunction directly along the neuro-endocrine-immunologic axis in ways that effectively reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Noninvasive Voice Biomarker Associated With Incident Coronary Artery Disease Events

A significant association exists between a noninvasive voice biomarker and incident CAD events at follow-up, which may have important clinical implications for remote and noninvasive screening to identify those at risk.

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Changes in Physical Activity and Adiposity With Mortality and Incidence of Cardiovascular Disease

Longitudinal findings from the UK Biobank show increases in physical activity to meet guidelines lowered all-cause mortality and CVD risk equal to those who had high levels of physical activity.

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Specialty Psychiatric Services in US Emergency Departments and General Hospitals Has related author video

According to results from a nationwide survey, despite the growing number of psychiatric patients seeking help in medical emergency departments and general hospitals, half of these facilities lack psychiatric services. [Watch video]

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

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Dr Salma Iftikhar stresses the importance of the use of medical interpreters for patients with limited English proficiency.

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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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