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Hypertensive Diseases in Pregnancy and Kidney Function Later in Life Has related author video

In a well characterized biracial cohort, a history of hypertensive diseases in pregnancy was associated with poorer kidney function later in life compared with women with normotensive pregnancies. [Watch video]
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Osteoporosis and Risk of Chronic Disease

This prospective cohort used data from the UK Biobank to examine the associations of osteoporosis with cardiovascular disease, respiratory diseases, cancer, and all-cause mortality.
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Supporting Clinicians During the COVID-19 Pandemic Recovery Has related author video

There are important queries leaders can use to invest in their health care workforce and to express their organizational values and individual appreciation to clinicians. [Watch video]

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Dr Adebamike Oshunbade finds a history hypertensive pregnancy is associated with nearly a 5-times greater risk for chronic kidney disease later in life.

Read the article, Hypertensive Diseases in Pregnancy and Kidney Function Later in Life: The Genetic Epidemiology Network of Arteriopathy (GENOA) Study

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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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