The CardioNerds correspondents Drs. Amo-Tweneboah and Nedadur preview the CLE Care of Aortic Disease Symposium. A research team highlighted three important debates on women’s cardiometabolic health. Dr. Tammy Polonsky discussed studies that have found a novel way to utilize an incidental finding seen on mammograms. Feeling safe from crime is linked to a lower risk of premature death and heart attack. Middle-aged adults with metabolic syndrome have heart attacks and strokes 2 years earlier than their peers. A study showed that physical fitness is associated with a lower likelihood of AFib and stroke. Children who are sedentary for hours per day may have a higher risk for heart attacks and strokes later in life. A new study found that, worldwide, aspirin is underused as a prevention measure in individuals with a history of CVD. Dr. Kohli discusses the SELECT trial, which showed that semaglutide can benefit obese patients with heart disease. This article details an approach for leveraging blood bank donations to address Familial hypercholesterolemia screening gaps. Dr. Claire Cambron details a discussion given by Dr. Donna Ryan on the etiologies that contribute to obesity. While low-density lipoprotein cholesterol is a marker for CVD, triglycerides shared the spotlight at a recent conference. Researchers analyzed the relationship between lipoprotein and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Dr. Payal Kohli weighs in on Bronny James' cardiac arrest scare and what the event means for his future. Elevated lipoprotein(a) is an established risk factor for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. South Asian ethnicity is a risk-enhancing factor for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease. Dr. Payal Kohli talks about the dangerous association between air pollutants and cardiovascular events. Dr. Payal Kohli talks about the how mental health impacts cardiovascular health, and vice versa. 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.