Judith Wylie-Rosett

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on behalf of the American Heart Association Statistics Committee and Stroke Statistics Nathan D. Wong, Daniel Woo and Melanie B. Turner Elsayed Z. Soliman, Paul D. Sorlie, Nona Sotoodehnia, Tanya N. Turan, Salim S. Virani, Claudia S. Moy, Dariush Mozaffarian, Michael E. Mussolino, Graham Nichol, Nina P. Paynter, Lynda D. Lisabeth, Diane M. Makuc, Gregory M.(More)
Donald Lloyd-Jones, MD, ScM, FAHA; Robert Adams, MD, FAHA; Mercedes Carnethon, PhD, FAHA; Giovanni De Simone, MD; T. Bruce Ferguson, MD; Katherine Flegal, PhD*; Earl Ford, MD, MPH*; Karen Furie, MD; Alan Go, MD; Kurt Greenlund, PhD*; Nancy Haase; Susan Hailpern, DPH; Michael Ho, MD, PhD; Virginia Howard, PhD, FAHA; Brett Kissela, MD; Steven Kittner, MD;(More)
Donald Lloyd-Jones, MD, ScM, FAHA; Robert J. Adams, MD, FAHA; Todd M. Brown, MD; Mercedes Carnethon, PhD, FAHA; Shifan Dai, MD, PhD*; Giovanni De Simone, MD; T. Bruce Ferguson, MD; Earl Ford, MD, MPH*; Karen Furie, MD; Cathleen Gillespie; Alan Go, MD; Kurt Greenlund, PhD*; Nancy Haase; Susan Hailpern, DPH; P. Michael Ho, MD, PhD; Virginia Howard, PhD, FAHA;(More)
Improving diet and lifestyle is a critical component of the American Heart Association's strategy for cardiovascular disease risk reduction in the general population. This document presents recommendations designed to meet this objective. Specific goals are to consume an overall healthy diet; aim for a healthy body weight; aim for recommended levels of(More)
BACKGROUND The prevalence and correlates of obese individuals who are resistant to the development of the adiposity-associated cardiometabolic abnormalities and normal-weight individuals who display cardiometabolic risk factor clustering are not well known. METHODS The prevalence and correlates of combined body mass index (normal weight, < 25.0;(More)
Ronald M. Krauss, MD (Chair, AHA Dietary Guidelines Committee); Robert H. Eckel, MD (Chair, Nutrition Committee); Barbara Howard, PhD (Vice Chair, Nutrition Committee); Lawrence J. Appel, MD; Stephen R. Daniels, MD, PhD; Richard J. Deckelbaum, MD; John W. Erdman, Jr, PhD; Penny Kris-Etherton, PhD, RD; Ira J. Goldberg, MD; Theodore A. Kotchen, MD; Alice H.(More)
M edical nutrition therapy (MNT) is important in preventing diabetes, managing existing diabetes, and preventing, or at least slowing, the rate of development of diabetes complications. It is, therefore, important at all levels of diabetes prevention (see Table 1). MNT is also an integral component of diabetes self-management education (or training). This(More)
High intakes of dietary sugars in the setting of a worldwide pandemic of obesity and cardiovascular disease have heightened concerns about the adverse effects of excessive consumption of sugars. In 2001 to 2004, the usual intake of added sugars for Americans was 22.2 teaspoons per day (355 calories per day). Between 1970 and 2005, average annual(More)
OBJECTIVE Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) participants randomized to the intensive lifestyle intervention (ILS) had significantly reduced risk of diabetes compared with placebo participants. We explored the contribution of changes in weight, diet, and physical activity on the risk of developing diabetes among ILS participants. RESEARCH DESIGN AND(More)
PURPOSE This study examines the impact of yoga, including physical poses, breathing, and meditation exercises, on quality of life (QOL), fatigue, distressed mood, and spiritual well-being among a multiethnic sample of breast cancer patients. PATIENTS AND METHODS One hundred twenty-eight patients (42% African American, 31% Hispanic) recruited from an urban(More)