EPI|Lifestyle 2017 Program Highlights
Program chairs Robert Ross, PhD, FAHA and Wayne Rosamond, PhD, MS, FAHA, discuss some of the top goals of the meeting and explore the themes of this year's conference.
The Omics of Physical Activity
Maren Laughlin, PhD and K. Sreekumaran Nair, MD, PhD describe some of the recent science on physical activity presented in the "Omics" session on Thursday at EPI|Lifestyle 2017.
The Metabolomics in Women
Deborah Young, MD interviews Kathryn Rexrode, MD about the science she presented on women and metabolomics. Jump to Dr. Rexrode's abstract and results.
Justin Zachariah, MD, Sarah de Ferranti, MD, MPH, Elaine Urbina, MD, MS, and Julia Steinberger, MD, report on the latest science on maintaining the ideal health children generally have at birth into midlife and beyond.
Associations of Gluten Intake With Type 2 Diabetes Risk and Weight Gain in Three Large Prospective Cohort Studies of US Men and Women
Geng Zong | Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MA
- Abstract (opens in new window)
- AHA News Article: Gluten may lower risk of Type 2 diabetes
- AHA Press Release
Sex Hormone Levels and Change in Left Ventricular Structure Among Men and Women With Preserved Ejection Fraction The Multi Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis
Vinita Subramanya | Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
Preterm Delivery and Maternal Cardiovascular Risk Factor Trajectories across the Life Course
Amanda R. Markovitz | Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MA
Vascular Basis of Cognitive Decline
Alvaro Alonso, MD, MPH, PhD, Thanh-Huyen Vu, MD, PhD, and Andreea Rawlings, MS, discuss some of the science on the relationship between vascular health and cognitive decline that was presented the final day of EPI|Lifestyle 2017.
ASPC Debate 2017: PRO
Seth Martin, MD, Johns Hopkins University, argues the PRO position on the ASPC Debate 2017 question: Is precision medicine compatible with public health?