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This cohort study reports that nut consumption is associated with decreased overall and cardiovascular disease mortality across different ethnic groups and among individuals from low SES groups.
This cohort study reports an elevated risk of Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) recurrence among patients with CDI exposed to continuous proton pump inhibitors after their initial infection.
This cohort study reports an association between low daytime systolic blood pressure and progression of cognitive decline in older patients with dementia and mild cognitive impairment who were treated with antihypertensive drugs.
This cohort study of initial CKD evaluation in nephrology clinics examined which lab and imaging tests were obtained and how often the tests affected management.
This study examines the change in proportion of atrial fibrillation patients eligible for anticoagulation before and after the 2014 revision of the AHA/ACC/HRS anticoagulation guidelines.
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