Higher Daytime and Nighttime Blood Pressure Leads to Increased CVD, Mortality Risk in African American Adults

The association between hypertension and increased cardiovascular disease risk and all-cause mortality rates has been long known, however, there have been few studies evaluating the impact of high daytime and nighttime blood pressure levels on health outcomes in African-American adults. As the demographic holds the second highest percentage of CVD-related mortality, investigating the risk factors […]

CV Mortality Rates Among Asian-American Subgroups

To date, the majority of data on Asian-American cardiometabolic health is aggregated into the wide-ranging Asian subgroup and does not delineate the differences between specific subgroup populations – some of which are at a much higher risk of CVD than others. A new study  aims to identify the specific risks targeting Asian-American subgroup populations by examining […]