Cho cautioned that this scholarly study only shows an association between weight and survival. It doesn’t prove that being overweight is the reason for a woman with heart failure living longer. While the mechanism behind the obesity paradox is unknown, Cho said it may be that women need more essential fatty acids than men for better heart function. ‘We are just beginning to understand the difference gender makes in center function,’ she said. Lavie suggested that fitness, muscle mass and obesity severity also may are likely involved in the survival paradox.Karen Ignagni, President and CEO of AHIP, will end up being became a member of by Dr. Roberta Herman, Chief Medical Senior and Officer Vice President of Wellness Solutions at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, and Dr. Lewis Sandy, Senior Vice President of Clinical Advancement at UnitedHealth Group, at a press briefing on Thursday, April 19 at 10:00 a.m. To discuss the precise information on this proposal. Related StoriesArtemisinin and the fight against malaria: an interview with Dr. Robert Sebbag, SanofiCombatting viral and bacterial lung attacks with volatile anesthetics: an interview with Dr ChakravarthyAngiography and MPI: an interview with Professor Mauro Magnani University of UrbinoThe quality and security initiative follows the extensive access to coverage proposal released by AHIP’s Panel last November.