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CV is just an abbreviation for "cardiovascular" and ROS is an abbreviation for Review of Systems. This is often quickly written in to the...
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This is a great question! You are probably referring to a presentation that was made at the 2012 Canadian Cardiovascular Congress by Dr. Jacob Udell...
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A recent edition of the Canadian Medical Association Journal included a paper on risk of serious adverse cardiovascular events associated with...
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While some older folks may worry that the efforts expended during sex could cause a stroke, that's not so, according to researchers from England. In...
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Aerobics Badminton Basketball Biking Dancing (jazz, hip-hop, modern, swing) Golf (carrying clubs) Hiking Mall walking (3-4 mph) Running or jogging...
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Baseball (run the bases) Basketball Cheerleading (running, jumping, dancing) Color guard (flag team) Cross country Dance team Drill team Field...
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Cardiovascular is relating to the heart and blood vessels (arteries, veins, and capillaries).
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Plaques from atherosclerosis can: Stay within the artery wall. There, the plaque grows, then stops. They don't block blood flow, so may never cause...
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While more research is needed to connect stress to a healthy -- or unhealthy -- heart, an indirect connection makes this statement a fact: The more...
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