Consuming 7–13 drinks a week increases risk for high blood pressure, finds study of more than 17,000 U.S. adults.
U.S. survey study links e-cigarette use to increased risk for heart problems and a host of other health issues.
A study of U.S. health professionals found significant benefit from eating five or more servings of nuts a week.
This article summarizes the current information about how to treat patients with high lipid levels.
Experts identify gaps in knowledge about how to put proven services into practice.
Popular cholesterol-lowering drug linked to a lower chance of treatment-related heart failure.
The HFSA/ACC/AHA issued a joint statement about COVID-19 and a group of drugs used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure.
If you are taking a statin for an underlying heart condition or to lower your chance of developing heart disease, continue to do so unless directed otherwise by your health care professional.
People with heart disease seem to be at higher risk of developing serious illness from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
This year's most-read patient stories worth a second look.
Expert recommendations help healthy individuals prevent heart disease.
A study of 60 patients sheds light on symptoms and treatment of vaping-associated lung illness.
Study suggests that we eat plenty of plant-based foods, while limiting red and processed meat.
Smartwatches and other wearable devices may be the future of heart failure management.
Getting six to nine hours of sleep a night may reduce risk for heart attack.
Mortality rates are found to be higher at medical centers that perform fewer catheter ablations than larger hospitals.
Study offers reassurance about the effects of statins on memory and cognitive function.
Even with non-surgical procedures, valve replacements carry a small but serious risk of infection.
Study confirms cardiovascular benefits of lowering triglycerides with therapies including an omega-3 fatty acid.
Adequate sleep is especially important in patients with or at risk for heart disease.
The social support and physical activity that come with dog ownership can lead to better health outcomes after heart attack or stroke.
Study confirms safety and efficacy of new drugs in liver patients with an abnormal heart rhythm.
Maintaining weight loss is key in reducing major risk factors for heart disease.
Most patients never get the PCSK9 inhibitors they’re prescribed, putting them at increased risk for heart events.
Study finds that young patients with heart failure face lower risk of death but poorer quality of life than the elderly.
Global analysis shows that improving blood pressure and diet could save millions of lives over the next few decades.
Experts address challenges in performing transcatheter aortic valve replacement in patients with heart disease.
E-cigarettes are not a long-term solution for quitting smoking, study finds.
Extra weight carried in the abdomen, as opposed to the legs, more than triples risk for heart disease.
French study links 10-hour workdays to stronger likelihood of stroke among men and women alike.
Developing heart-healthy habits as a young adult helps keep your heart strong in middle age.
Study suggests continued health programming is needed to reduce health disparities in low-income communities.
Study links TV watching, but not seated work, to increased risk for heart attack and stroke.
Tight blood pressure control in military veterans study failed to reduce heart risks years after treatment.
Treating diabetes and heart failure together should be handled differently than managing each condition alone.
Energy drinks cause changes in heartbeat and blood pressure within hours.
Familial hypercholesterolemia is overlooked and undertreated.
Swedish study links carrying excess weight to a weaker heart and heart failure later in life.
A scientific statement explores the potential of at-home cardiac rehab programs.
A new model suggests that death toll from air pollution is twice as high as initial estimates.
Experts develop a risk model to identify which elderly adults are likely to experience complications after a heart attack.
Long-term study of U.S. adults underscores why the morning meal may be the most important of the day.
Americans spend more time sitting in front of the TV or computer than ever before, despite known health risks.
Highlighting added sugars for consumers will save both lives and money over the next 20 years.
Experts urge women to call 911 at first signs of heart attack, based on study that highlights delays in treatment.
Treating underlying sleep problems could improve hypertension treatment.
Better screening could reduce unnecessary tests and procedures in patients being evaluated for heart disease, study finds.
Study confirms the link between maternal obesity and risk of congenital heart defects.
Screening technology uses a phone’s camera and flashlight to identify poor blood flow.