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Estimation of Lifetime Risk of Cardiovascular Disease (IBERLIFERISK): A New Tool for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in Primary Care.Academic Article Why?
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Cardiovascular disease mortality.Academic Article Why?
Aldosterone and cardiovascular disease.Academic Article Why?
Aldosterone and cardiovascular disease: smoke and fire.Academic Article Why?
Ambient air pollution and cardiovascular disease: learnt from the COVID-19 pandemic.Academic Article Why?
Association between exercise and risk of cardiovascular diseases in patients with non-cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis.Academic Article Why?
Autonomic and inflammatory consequences of posttraumatic stress disorder and the link to cardiovascular disease.Academic Article Why?
C-reactive protein and subclinical cardiovascular disease among African-Americans: (the Jackson Heart Study).Academic Article Why?
C-reactive protein, cardiovascular disease and stroke: new roles for an old biomarker.Academic Article Why?
Cardiovascular Disease Burden and Socioeconomic Correlates: Findings From the Jackson Heart Study.Academic Article Why?
Cardiovascular disease control through barbershops: design of a nationwide outreach program.Academic Article Why?
Cardiovascular disease disparities in native Hawaiians.Academic Article Why?
Cardiovascular disease event classification in the Jackson Heart Study: methods and procedures.Academic Article Why?
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