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February 2018 
FEBRUARY IS HEART HEALTH MONTH

BEST BLOG

A recent study has found that the majority of cardiologists lack current, up-to-date education surrounding nutrition and diet. A report published by the American Journal of Medicine, authored by a dozen healthcare professionals in the United States and Spain, titled “A Deficiency of Nutrition Education and Practice in Cardiology” details that less than a third of cardiologists describe their nutrition knowledge as “mostly up to date” or better.
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SOCIAL MEDIA STAGE

FEATURED ARTICLE

Perception has typically been that cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a disease that primarily impacts men, but CVD has been the leading cause of death in women. In 2013, according to US statistics, CVD accounted for more than 398,000 female deaths.1 Every 90 seconds in the United States, a woman suffers a myocardial infarction.2
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Our pre-conference “Women’s Health Summit” Day, part of our 13th Annual CMHC conference in Boston, explores the unique challenges faced by women in cardiometabolic care.
UPCOMING PROJECTS

CMHC is excited to announce its new journal, Cardiometabolic Chronicle, a publication that will deliver the most current and relevant information in cardiometabolic health.
"BEHIND THE SCENES" AT CMHC

MOMENT WITH A MEMBER

"The cutting-edge research advanced by leading experts at CMHC generates a wealth of newfound knowledge that attendees can apply to optimize therapies for their patients at highest cardiometabolic risk."

--Michael Miller, MD, FACC, FAHA

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