VTE risk may rise with increased TV viewing | AHA


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Takeaway
  • Risk for venous thromboembolism (VTE) may rise with increased TV viewing.
Why this matters
  • This is the first study in a western population regarding the effect of TV viewing on VTE risk in the legs, arms, pelvis, and lungs.
Study design
  • 15,158 middle-aged (45-64 y) participan...