News & Events
Used with exercise stress tests, the new calculator better predicts mortality risk for both women and men.
The key to improving one’s diet lies in adapting recommendations based on cultural, economic and taste preferences.
Chronic inflammation of blood vessels leads to clogged arteries and increased cardiovascular risk.
Despite mixed findings, experts offer guidelines on calcium intake for adults without heart disease.
It’s unlikely that HDL cholesterol is an independent risk factor for heart disease.
Widespread use of cholesterol-lowering statins brings the issue to light.
Moderate caffeine consumption may not be as dangerous as initially believed.
Weighing risks and benefits of daily aspirin for primary prevention of heart disease remains challenging.
The effects of extreme emotion and vigorous exercise on the heart are multiplied when combined.
Experts encourage patients and physicians to review use of supplements as well as medications during office visits.
Tell us how you are living well with heart disease for a chance to win a trip for two to Washington, D.C., in March 2017!
Other cholesterol lowering therapies—including a heart-healthy diet—can be similarly effective at lowering cholesterol and cardiovascular risk, finds study.
Key changes to the SNAP program could improve participants’ eating patterns.
By reducing added sugar consumption, risk for health
problems that lead to heart disease is lowered, and children can develop
healthier lifelong eating habits.