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Inflammation associated with gum disease is likely to blame, but further research is needed to understand the relationship.
New data helps experts better identify children at increased risk for heart disease later in life.
In general, the better study participants handled stress, the lower their risk for diabetes.
In young adults with acute coronary syndrome, feminine qualities increase risk for heart events, regardless of sex.
Heart disease accounts for 1 in 3 deaths, highlighting an urgent need for prevention and treatment.
Experts highlight the need to better address increased cardiovascular risk in women with diabetes.
Not taking cholesterol-lowering statins as prescribed means higher risk for heart attack and death.
Maintaining one’s fitness level is the key to a lower risk profile.
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You’re never too old to exercise, according to a study linking regular physical activity to reduced risk for heart attack, stroke and death in adults over 75.
Despite the drug’s benefits, women are less likely to receive optimal dose of dabigatran.