CME/CE: Cholesterol & Cardiorespiratory Fitness

CME/CE: Cholesterol & Cardiorespiratory Fitness
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Xuemei Sui, MD, MPH, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Exercise Science
Graduate Director, Division of Health Aspects of Physical Activity
Arnold School of Public Health
University of South Carolina

Xuemei Sui, MD, MPH, PhD, has indicated to Physician’s Weekly that she has or has had no financial interests to report.

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Xuemei Sui, MD, MPH, PhD (click to view)

Xuemei Sui, MD, MPH, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Exercise Science
Graduate Director, Division of Health Aspects of Physical Activity
Arnold School of Public Health
University of South Carolina

Xuemei Sui, MD, MPH, PhD, has indicated to Physician’s Weekly that she has or has had no financial interests to report.

A study suggests that promoting better levels of cardiorespiratory fitness in men may be able to delay normal age-related dyslipidemia by up to 15 years.
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Readings & Resources (click to view)

Park YMM, Sui X, Liu J, et al. The impact of cardiorespiratory fitness on age-related lipids and lipoproteins. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2015;65:2091-2100. Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4435817.

Hata Y, Nakajima K. Life-style and serum lipids and lipoproteins. J Atheroscler Thromb. 2000;7:177-197.

Ettinger WH, Wahl PW, Kuller LH, et al. Lipoprotein lipids in older people. Results from the Cardiovascular Health Study. The CHS Collaborative Research Group. Circulation. 1992;86:858-869.

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