Rare Disease
Nutrition411: The Podcast
Rare Disease
07/20/2022
In this episode, Lisa Jones interviews Elizabeth L. Wright, MS, RD, CSP, LDN, FAND, CLC, and Michele Shuker, MS, RD, CSP, LDN, on the impact of nutrition on rare disease, including eosinophilic disorders...
07/20/2022
representation
Erin Michos, MD, MHS
representation
06/20/2022
She answers our questions about her team's latest study on women who are training in cardiology, how women are represented in cardiology and its subspecialties, and more.
06/20/2022
representation
Erin Michos, MD, MHS
representation
06/20/2022
She answers our questions about her team's latest study on women who are training in cardiology, how women are represented in cardiology and its subspecialties, and more.
06/20/2022
Technology
Cardio Care Now
Technology
05/19/2022
In this episode, Seth Martin, MD, speaks with Francoise Marvel, MD, about innovative approaches to implementing prevention guidelines, including the future of digital health and cardiovascular care.
05/19/2022
Cardiometabolic Risk
George Bakris
Cardiometabolic Risk
04/16/2022
In this podcast, George Bakris, MD, from the University of Chicago, talks about the renal outcomes from the Evaluation of the Effects of Canagliflozin on Renal and Cardiovascular Outcomes in Participants...
04/16/2022
Lifestyle
Kristie Harris, PhD
Lifestyle
03/26/2022
In this podcast, Kristie Harris, PhD, discusses her findings on the association of physical activity, smoking, alcohol use, and caffeinated coffee consumption with Takotsubo syndrome. Does the use of...
03/26/2022
preparation
Timothy Harlan, MD
preparation
03/14/2022
Dr Harlan discusses 8 modalities for weight loss, including bariatric surgery, and what primary care physicians need to know when preparing bariatric surgery candidates for their procedure.
03/14/2022
Cardiovascular Diseases
Jonathan Kim
Cardiovascular Diseases
03/12/2022
He talks about the prevalence of sudden cardiac arrest among younger athletes, how to risk stratify this population, and the controversy around using electrocardiogram imaging in standard care.
03/12/2022
AHA Scientific Sessions
Erin Michos
AHA Scientific Sessions
02/05/2022
In this podcast, Dr Michos, from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, talks about her latest study on how the influenza vaccine effects mortality and morbidity outcomes among patients with...
02/05/2022
Treatment
Angela Fitch, MD
Treatment
01/21/2022
Dr Fitch discusses evidence-based management of obesity in primary care, including nutrition and physical activity interventions, and the pillars of treatment.
01/21/2022