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Modest Drinking May Reduce Heart Failure Risk

Feb 03, 2015
Men and women consuming up to one drink a day have lower risk of heart failure compared to non-drinkers.

Teleconferencing Improves Stroke Treatment in Rural Settings

Feb 03, 2015
Virtual medical consultations enable care from specialists in areas without comprehensive stroke centers.

Running for Health? Moderation is Key

Feb 02, 2015

You don’t have to be a marathon runner to reap full benefits, according to a new study.

Managing Cholesterol for a Healthy Heart Event in Pueblo, Colo.

Feb 02, 2015

This program provides educational and peer-support resources on managing and preventing high cholesterol for patients and caregivers.

Study Questions Strict Sodium Guidelines for Older Adults

Jan 28, 2015

Reducing sodium intake to less than 1,500 mg a day may be excessive for older adults.

Shedding Light on a Mysterious Type of Heart Attack

Jan 28, 2015
MINOCA is a heart attack not resulting from narrowed arteries.

Study Disputes Use of Blood Thinners in Younger AFib Patients

Jan 28, 2015

The risks associated with blood thinners may outweigh the benefits in younger atrial fibrillation patients with low stroke risk.

Ability to Process Nicotine Linked to Efficacy of Patch vs. Pill

Jan 26, 2015
How quickly smokers metabolize nicotine may impact whether the nicotine patch or Chantix works best, finds study.

Many Diabetic Seniors Dangerously Over-treated

Jan 26, 2015
Older adults with diabetes are controlling their blood sugar levels too tightly, according to study.

Well-being in Childhood Impacts Adult Heart Health

Jan 26, 2015
Key indicators of a child’s well-being may determine risk for heart disease later in life, finds study.

High Systolic Blood Pressure Increases Heart Risk in Young Adults

Jan 26, 2015
Having a high systolic blood pressure increases risk of heart disease and death in young adults, even when diastolic blood pressure is normal.

Experts Emphasize the Importance of Cardiac Rehabilitation

Jan 26, 2015
Despite its value and importance, cardiac rehab is vastly underutilized by patients.

Managing Cholesterol for a Healthy Heart Event in Huntington, WV

Jan 22, 2015
This live educational program provides educational and peer-support resources on managing and preventing high cholesterol for patients and caregivers.
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Physician Sleep Deprivation Has No Significant Effect on Angioplasty Outcomes

Jan 20, 2015
According to a new study, patients undergoing angioplasty performed by a sleep-deprived doctor fared about the same as those whose doctor was rested.

New Report Conveys Global Impact of Heart Disease and Stroke

Jan 16, 2015
Heart disease remains the No. 1 global cause of death, according to updated statistics.

Increased Fitness Lowers Risk of Hypertension

Jan 16, 2015
Fitness level is a strong predictor of high blood pressure, according to a recent study.

Few Patients Counseled on Sex after Heart Attack

Jan 12, 2015
Few doctors provide proper counseling about resuming sexual activity following a heart attack, despite recommendations.

Dramatic Impact of Unhealthy Lifestyle on Heart Health

Jan 12, 2015
Study finds that unhealthy lifestyle choices can explain almost three-fourths of heart disease cases in young women.

Aspirin Overused in Patients at Low Risk for Heart Disease

Jan 12, 2015
Ten percent of patients are inappropriately prescribed daily aspirin to prevent heart disease, finds study.

Early Puberty Impacts Heart Risk in Women

Dec 23, 2014
Women that reached puberty early or late as a child have increased risk for heart disease later in life, finds study.

Report Raises Awareness for Health Effects of Air Pollution

Dec 23, 2014
A thorough review of studies highlights the negative impact of air pollution on heart health.

Daily Aspirin Fails to Prevent Heart Attack, Stroke in Older Adults Free of Heart Disease

Dec 23, 2014
A large Japanese study finds no association between once-daily, low-dose aspirin and risk for heart attack, stroke or death in older adults.

Common Congenital Heart Disease Procedures Safe, Effective

Dec 15, 2014
Analysis of a national registry provides important benchmarks for the treatment of congenital heart disease.
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New Plaque Test Helps Identify High-Risk Heart Patients

Dec 15, 2014
Near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) helps identify heart disease patients at increased risk for heart attack and stroke, finds study.

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