Women who have poor sleep quality are also eating more food and have lower-quality diets – all of which are factors that increase cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk.
New research from BMJ indicates that children of mothers with diabetes have higher rates of early-onset CVD.
A recent study aimed to investigate the association between preeclampsia, hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, and subsequent diagnosis of 12 different cardiovascular disorders.
New research examines whether postpartum echocardiography could play a role in CVD detection for women with a history of preeclampsia.
The duration and timing of antibiotic exposure during adulthood may increase a women's risk for cardiovascular disease.
New research examines whether the virus is also linked with increased risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD).
Cardiovascular disease is one the leading causes of morbidity and mortality during pregnancy. This quiz goes over some of the important takeaways on the issues covered in Dr. Beth Brickner's article, Cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in pregnancy (January, 2018) .
Incidence of acute myocardial infarction (AMI) continues to increase in women during pregnancy and the puerperium. Data from a new study point to underlying factors contributing to that trend. PLUS: Results of a large population-based study of POP procedures provide new insights into what factors other than the material may play a role in the adverse surgical outcomes.