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Despite increased risks, open heart surgery improves long-term survival in patients with heart disease and heart failure.
Experts emphasize addressing cardiovascular risk factors like high blood pressure, smoking and diabetes earlier in life.
The highest death rates from heart disease have shifted to the South since the 1970s.
Study links a heart-healthy lifestyle to improved cognitive function.
Active commuters have lower body mass index and less body fat compared to drivers.
Landmark research demonstrates the benefits of using CAC tests when appropriate.
Study reconfirms the serious effect of elevated triglycerides on longevity.
A review of 35 studies confirms heart health benefits of traditional Chinese exercises.
Increased statin use could prevent heart events for over a quarter of a million people.
Experts argue for more comprehensive heart screenings.
A 10% reduction in price could save tens of thousands of lives, finds study.
Regular yogurt consumption reduces risk for high blood pressure by 20 percent in women, finds study.
Study assesses a simple and promising treatment for the 5 million Americans with heart failure.
Yoga should be offered as complementary therapy, argue experts.
Beta blockers fail to reduce permanent tissue damage after a heart attack, but may have other benefits.
Study highlights the need to improve diagnosis and treatment for depression in heart patients.
A condition affecting the female reproductive organs triples risk for heart disease in women under 40.
New recommendations help reduce risk of complications and maximize benefits of treatment.
Heart disease may be overlooked in women with anxiety, causing delays in diagnosis and treatment.