More than half of adults in the United States don't know that heart disease is the leading cause of death nationwide. Dr. Marc Bonaca discusses the VOYAGER PAD study, which showed the efficacy of rivaroxaban in lower extremity PAD. Dr. Eugenia Alleva discusses a study that found women with dysmenorrhea have increased cardiovascular risk. Dr. Ijeoma Eleazu talks about the harmful impact of cumulative stress on cardiovascular health. James K. Min, MD, founder and CEO of Cleerly, talks about improved screening for heart disease using a digital care platform. Elevated lipoprotein(a) increases the risk of major adverse cardiovascular events independent of ASCVD risk scores. Researchers analyzed the long-term impact of TAVR on coronary arteries and cardiac hemodynamics. A cardio-oncology rehabilitation program can benefit cancer survivors at high risk of cardiovascular disease. A new study linked depression with cardiovascular disease-related and all-cause mortality. Low muscle mass is linked to a 2-fold risk of death from cardiovascular disease in patients with diabetes. The CardioNerds correspondents Drs. Amo-Tweneboah and Nedadur preview the CLE Care of Aortic Disease Symposium. A study found that long-term health-related quality of life is high among survivors of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Feeling safe from crime is linked to a lower risk of premature death and heart attack. Researchers analyzed the relationship between lipoprotein and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. A multidisciplinary approach significantly increases the prescription of evidence-based therapies for T2D and heart disease. A cholesterol lowering nonstatin therapy can potentially mitigate heart disease death. Results from the CLEAR Outcomes trial. Most people are regularly exposed to levels of toxic metals that increase their risk of cardiovascular disease. A study found unique risk factors for cardiovascular disease and mortality in patients with age-related macular degeneration. Marijuana users incur more than three times the risk of developing peripheral artery disease. Dr. Payal Kohli talks about Ray Romano's recent heart scare, as the actor had a 90% blockage in his "widow maker."