Nontraditional risk factors and biomarkers for cardiovascular disease: mechanistic, research, and clinical considerations for youth: a scientific statement from the American Heart Association.

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The rapid increase in the prevalence and severity of obesity in children is likely to lower the age of onset and increase the incidence of cardiovascular disease worldwide. Understanding the pathophysiology and improving the clinical management of cardiovascular disease involve a knowledge of novel risk factors and biomarkers. The clinical and mechanistic… (More)
DOI: 10.1161/CIR.0b013e31821c7c64

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@article{Balagopal2011NontraditionalRF, title={Nontraditional risk factors and biomarkers for cardiovascular disease: mechanistic, research, and clinical considerations for youth: a scientific statement from the American Heart Association.}, author={Prabhakaran Babu Balagopal and Sarah D. de Ferranti and Stephen Cook and Stephen Robert Daniels and Samuel S. Gidding and Laura L Hayman and B W. Mccrindle and Michele L. Mietus-Snyder and Julia K. Steinberger}, journal={Circulation}, year={2011}, volume={123 23}, pages={2749-69} }