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On June 23, an advisory committee to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention met to discuss, among other topics, vaccine-related cases of myocarditis, which have hospitalized hundreds of adolescents. Evidence of a correlation between the condition, an inflammation of the heart muscle, and...


Fitness companion Fitbit Versa 2 Style icon Fitbit Luxe The Versa 2 may not be made with luxury in mind, but it offers an ideal blend of fitness tracking and smartwatch features that most people will love. For example, you'll have detailed health/activity tracking, heart-rate moni...


Neelu Tummala, MD, is an ENT surgeon and clinical assistant professor of surgery at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and is the vice-chair of public relations for Virginia Clinicians for Climate Action. The views expressed in this commentary belong to the aut...


Show caption At present all babies have what is known as the ‘heel prick’ test to screen for nine serious health conditions. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Genetics Consultation shows positivity towards screening programme to spot those at heightened risk of certain health conditi...


The signage of Siam Bioscience factory, where the vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) will be produced, is pictured outside Bangkok, Thailand June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun BANGKOK, July 15 (Reuters) - AstraZeneca (AZN.L) is seeking to delay delivery of 61 million doses of...


Fitness companion Fitbit Versa 2 Style icon Fitbit Luxe The Versa 2 may not be made with luxury in mind, but it offers an ideal blend of fitness tracking and smartwatch features that most people will love. For example, you'll have detailed health/activity tracking, heart-rate moni...


Show caption At present all babies have what is known as the ‘heel prick’ test to screen for nine serious health conditions. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Genetics Consultation shows positivity towards screening programme to spot those at heightened risk of certain health conditi...


Fitness companion Fitbit Versa 2 Style icon Fitbit Luxe The Versa 2 may not be made with luxury in mind, but it offers an ideal blend of fitness tracking and smartwatch features that most people will love. For example, you'll have detailed health/activity tracking, heart-rate moni...


On June 23, an advisory committee to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention met to discuss, among other topics, vaccine-related cases of myocarditis, which have hospitalized hundreds of adolescents. Evidence of a correlation between the condition, an inflammation of the heart muscle, and...


June 23 (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Wednesday it plans to move quickly to add a warning about rare cases of heart inflammation in adolescents and young adults to fact sheets for the Pfizer/BioNTech (PFE.N), and Moderna (MRNA.O) COVID-19 vaccines. U.S. Centers for Dis...


June 23 (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Wednesday it plans to move quickly to add a warning about rare cases of heart inflammation in adolescents and young adults to fact sheets for the Pfizer/BioNTech (PFE.N), and Moderna (MRNA.O) COVID-19 vaccines. U.S. Centers for Dis...


The signage of Siam Bioscience factory, where the vaccine against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) will be produced, is pictured outside Bangkok, Thailand June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun BANGKOK, July 15 (Reuters) - AstraZeneca (AZN.L) is seeking to delay delivery of 61 million doses of...


On June 23, an advisory committee to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention met to discuss, among other topics, vaccine-related cases of myocarditis, which have hospitalized hundreds of adolescents. Evidence of a correlation between the condition, an inflammation of the heart muscle, and...


Show caption At present all babies have what is known as the ‘heel prick’ test to screen for nine serious health conditions. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Genetics Consultation shows positivity towards screening programme to spot those at heightened risk of certain health conditi...


Excellent upgrades Garmin Forerunner 55 Best for beginners Garmin Forerunner 45 If you want a whole lot of upgrades at a fair price, you'll want to check out the new Garmin Forerunner 55. In addition to getting interchangeable bands and longer battery life, this running watch is p...


On June 23, an advisory committee to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention met to discuss, among other topics, vaccine-related cases of myocarditis, which have hospitalized hundreds of adolescents. Evidence of a correlation between the condition, an inflammation of the heart muscle, and...


On June 23, an advisory committee to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention met to discuss, among other topics, vaccine-related cases of myocarditis, which have hospitalized hundreds of adolescents. Evidence of a correlation between the condition, an inflammation of the heart muscle, and...


On June 23, an advisory committee to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention met to discuss, among other topics, vaccine-related cases of myocarditis, which have hospitalized hundreds of adolescents. Evidence of a correlation between the condition, an inflammation of the heart muscle, and...


Neelu Tummala, MD, is an ENT surgeon and clinical assistant professor of surgery at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and is the vice-chair of public relations for Virginia Clinicians for Climate Action. The views expressed in this commentary belong to the aut...


Show caption Bacon, ham and sausages increased the heart disease risk but chicken and turkey did not. Photograph: Rick Wilking/Reuters Meat Oxford University researchers urge people to reduce consumption by three-quarters or give it up Eating processed meat raises the risk of h...


Show caption Bacon, ham and sausages increased the heart disease risk but chicken and turkey did not. Photograph: Rick Wilking/Reuters Meat Oxford University researchers urge people to reduce consumption by three-quarters or give it up Eating processed meat raises the risk of h...


Time to get serious Garmin Forerunner 55 Casual and stylish tracking Garmin Vivoactive 4 If you're a passionate runner who's seeking a watch that will help you track your progress, you'll appreciate what the Garmin Forerunner 55 has to offer. You get superior battery life, advance...


Bottles of alcoholic beverages are seen for sale in a shop in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, May 1, 2018. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne/File Photo July 26 (Reuters) - Light-to-moderate alcohol consumption is linked to a reduced risk of heart attack, stroke and death among those with heart disease, according...


Show caption Dave Brailsford was a reclusive presence at this year’s Tour de France, where for a second year in a row his team failed to add to its tally of overall wins. Photograph: Régis Duvignau/Reuters Dave Brailsford The 57-year-old has been treated for cancer and heart prob...


Microsoft’s big security push is complicated Microsoft Microsoft has had six years to prepare for the launch of Windows 11, but the company is still struggling to explain its new hardware requirements. Windows 11 will officially support Intel 8th Gen Coffee Lake...


Show caption Bacon, ham and sausages increased the heart disease risk but chicken and turkey did not. Photograph: Rick Wilking/Reuters Meat Oxford University researchers urge people to reduce consumption by three-quarters or give it up Eating processed meat raises the risk of h...


On June 23, an advisory committee to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention met to discuss, among other topics, vaccine-related cases of myocarditis, which have hospitalized hundreds of adolescents. Evidence of a correlation between the condition, an inflammation of the heart muscle, and...


Time to get serious Garmin Forerunner 55 Casual and stylish tracking Garmin Vivoactive 4 If you're a passionate runner who's seeking a watch that will help you track your progress, you'll appreciate what the Garmin Forerunner 55 has to offer. You get superior battery life, advance...


Show caption Dave Brailsford was a reclusive presence at this year’s Tour de France, where for a second year in a row his team failed to add to its tally of overall wins. Photograph: Régis Duvignau/Reuters Dave Brailsford The 57-year-old has been treated for cancer and heart prob...


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1 of 7 If you're interested in trying this sport, added to the Olympics for the first time this year, it would be a good idea to first learn how to fall without getting seriously injured: 2 of 7 Some three million Americans have this common heart condition, which may cause the heart to ra...


You probably already know that protecting your heart health requires eating well, exercising, and controlling well-known risk factors for heart disease such as high blood pressure. But did you know that your brain plays an important role in heart health as well? In recent years, researchers hav...


Cannabidiol, which comes from cannabis plants, has anti-inflammatory effects. People with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) have inflammation in their lungs and airways. There is limited evidence that CBD can help with inflammation. Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of many different comp...


Shutterstock If you're a regular coffee drinker, you've probably had occasions when you found yourself a bit jittery after having one cup too many. While it's no secret that the caffeine in coffee is a stimulant, a consensus about whether it is responsible for any lasting negative e...


The Lazarus phenomenon is a rare, possibly under-reported condition that happens when someone who seems to be dead shows signs of life again, typically several minutes after health workers stop giving them CPR. The condition gets its name from the Bible story in which Jesus resurrects Lazarus of...


(CNN)Eating beef, lamb, pork and processed meats will increase your risk of coronary heart disease later in life, according to a new meta-analysis of studies on over 1.4 million people who were followed for 30 years. Also called coronary artery disease, the condition is the leading c...


Your heart is a muscular organ with four chambers. The right atrium and right ventricle collect oxygen-poor blood from the body and pump it to the lungs. The left atrium and left ventricle collect oxygenated blood from the lungs and pump it out to the body through an artery called the aorta. In...


Personal Health About three million adults in the U.S. have been diagnosed with A-fib, a heart-rhythm abnormality that’s on the rise. Here’s how to recognize the signs and treat it. Credit... Gracia Lam Published July 26, 2021 Updated July 27...


(NewsUSA) – As the threat of COVID-19 continues, doctors and patients are considering the long-term impact of the pandemic on public health, especially heart health.The American Heart Association’s annual publication on Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics for 2021 emphasizes that heart disease remai...


American Heart Association shares who is at risk in the heat and ways to keep you and your heart cool Keeping your heart healthy in the heat Outside temperatures don’t have to be in the triple digits for your heart to put in overtime to keep you cool. Temperatures in the 80s and...


When we feel anxious, our bodies respond in physical ways. Sweaty palms, shaking and an upset stomach can set in. And it’s not uncommon to feel a pounding or fluttering in your chest, also known as a heart palpitation. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our s...


Women with prepregnancy cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors have increasingly worse pregnancy outcomes, including a higher rate of maternal intensive care unit (ICU) admissions and fetal deaths, a new study suggests. "With every additive cardiovascular risk factor — and it didn't matter whic...


Bob Odenkirk suffered a “small heart attack,” but will recover, the actor announced Friday. “Hi. It’s Bob. Thank you. To my family and friends who have surrounded me this week. And for the outpouring of love from everyone who expressed concern and care for me. It’s overwhelming. But I feel the lov...


With its long, sunny days and endless possibilities for activity and adventure, summer is an ideal time to begin new and healthy habits. Over the last year and a half, as we’ve braced for and reacted to the COVID-19 pandemic in our community, it’s been easy to get into a routine that’s not great for...


When we feel anxious, our bodies respond in physical ways. Sweaty palms, shaking and an upset stomach can set in. And it’s not uncommon to feel a pounding or fluttering in your chest, also known as a heart palpitation. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our s...


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UC San Diego Health is ranked #1 in San Diego, placing it among the nation’s best hospitals, according to the 2021-2022 U.S. News World Report survey . The annual rankings are designed to assist patients and their doctors in making informed decisions about where to receive care for a variety o...


This article by Celeste Rodriguez Louro and Glenys Dale Collard, from The University of Western Australia was originally published in The Conversation. Indigenous Australians experience poorer health outcomes than non-Indigenous Australians. They are sick more often, die younger and are at higher...


Share on Pinterest New research examines the link between whole grain consumption and early warning signs of cardiovascular disease. Nadine Greeff/Stocksy Researchers have shown that people who eat more whole grains have a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). Ho...


American Heart Association shares who is at risk in the heat and ways to keep you and your heart cool Keeping your heart healthy in the heat Outside temperatures don’t have to be in the triple digits for your heart to put in overtime to keep you cool. Temperatures in the 80s and...


Vital Ocean Voices is a series of stories from people living in coastal communities around the Indian Ocean, providing first-hand accounts of the impacts of destructive fishing, pollution and climate breakdown. In the face of impending climate change impacts, and the pressing need to bui...


Posted on Aug 01, 2021 | Author Dr Nasir Shamas Most women follow a faulty lifestyle now-a-days in 21st century.  So heart related diseases are becoming more common. Combined with unhealthy eating habits, lack of exercise is one of the primary causes for a rise in obesity and heart attacks....


Vital Ocean Voices is a series of stories from people living in coastal communities around the Indian Ocean, providing first-hand accounts of the impacts of destructive fishing, pollution and climate breakdown. In the face of impending climate change impacts, and the pressing need to bui...


Traditional risk factors, plus psychological stressors, drive higher rates of cardiovascular deaths The stress of experiencing discrimination — including transphobia, violence and public policies specifically targeting transgender and gender-diverse (TGD) people — is linked to higher rates of...


Personal Health About three million adults in the U.S. have been diagnosed with A-fib, a heart-rhythm abnormality that’s on the rise. Here’s how to recognize the signs and treat it. Credit... Gracia Lam Published July 26, 2021 Updated July 27...


Traditional risk factors, plus psychological stressors, drive higher rates of cardiovascular deaths The stress of experiencing discrimination — including transphobia, violence and public policies specifically targeting transgender and gender-diverse (TGD) people — is linked to higher rates of...


Carrie Ann Rainey, hiking in Louisiana, belongs to a body-positive outdoor group. “We’re not all the same” when it comes to obesity, one researcher says. © EMILY KASK By Jennifer Couzin-Frankel Jul. 29, 2021 , 12:00 PM They rose to fame as the world’s fattest mice. At about 130...


Key Takeaways Eating starchy snacks after meals was linked to at least a 50% increased risk of early death according to a new study. Conversely, eating fruits, vegetables, and dairy at certain times of the day was linked to a reduced risk of early death. Experts say these findings further bolst...


Your heart is a muscular organ with four chambers. The right atrium and right ventricle collect oxygen-poor blood from the body and pump it to the lungs. The left atrium and left ventricle collect oxygenated blood from the lungs and pump it out to the body through an artery called the aorta. In...


HEALTH PLUS MED­ICAL CON­SUL­TANT If the pan­dem­ic has taught us any­thing, it’s the im­por­tance of so­cial ties and hu­man con­nec­tions. Not on­ly do they im­prove your emo­tion­al well-be­ing, but they can bring phys­i­cal ben­e­fits. How­ev­er, while pos­i­tive re­la­tion­ships can boost he...


LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) — In Owsley County, life moves at the right pace for Cale Turner. “We’ve got good folks,” he said, describing his longtime home. “It’s friendly.” There’s the small-town charm of Booneville, nestled along the back roads of Eastern Kentucky. “To me, it’s a good place to live...


The Lazarus phenomenon is a rare, possibly under-reported condition that happens when someone who seems to be dead shows signs of life again, typically several minutes after health workers stop giving them CPR. The condition gets its name from the Bible story in which Jesus resurrects Lazarus of...



HEALTH PLUS MED­ICAL CON­SUL­TANT If the pan­dem­ic has taught us any­thing, it’s the im­por­tance of so­cial ties and hu­man con­nec­tions. Not on­ly do they im­prove your emo­tion­al well-be­ing, but they can bring phys­i­cal ben­e­fits. How­ev­er, while pos­i­tive re­la­tion­ships can boost he...


The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be a perfect case study for supporting the need for targeted health communications. With people managing their health from home, health services moving temporarily online or remote, vaccine access and hesitancy issues and a flood of viral misinformation, provider...


The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be a perfect case study for supporting the need for targeted health communications. With people managing their health from home, health services moving temporarily online or remote, vaccine access and hesitancy issues and a flood of viral misinformation, provider...


“We’re in an environment now where obesity is rampant and becoming an issue for the young and old alike; our diet tends not to be conducive to healthy living, and we’re increasingly sedentary,” he says. “I try to encourage patients, family and friends to live both a heart-healthy and active life, a...


If spicy foods fan your flames of hunger, you’re in luck: Peppery meals do far more than make your tongue tingle and forehead sweat. There’s evidence that food with a kick can help you lose weight, boost heart health and – surprise! – aid your gastrointestinal system.   Cleveland Clinic is a non-...


LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) — In Owsley County, life moves at the right pace for Cale Turner. “We’ve got good folks,” he said, describing his longtime home. “It’s friendly.” There’s the small-town charm of Booneville, nestled along the back roads of Eastern Kentucky. “To me, it’s a good place to live...


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The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be a perfect case study for supporting the need for targeted health communications. With people managing their health from home, health services moving temporarily online or remote, vaccine access and hesitancy issues and a flood of viral misinformation, provider...


Traditional risk factors, plus psychological stressors, drive higher rates of cardiovascular deaths The stress of experiencing discrimination — including transphobia, violence and public policies specifically targeting transgender and gender-diverse (TGD) people — is linked to higher rates of...


Want a device that lets you regularly check on how your heart is doing? Products like KardiaMobile devices let you perform an electrocardiogram (ECG) anytime you like, while certain Apple watches can also perform ECGs as well as alert you if your heart rate is too fast, too slow, or irregular....


A heart attack is a major life event, one that can have serious repercussions for you and your family in the following days, weeks and months. It requires a new approach to your lifestyle as part of your recovery, but it doesn’t necessarily have to ruin the rest of your life.  Cleveland Clinic is...


MONDAY, Aug. 2, 2021 (American Heart Association News) -- A first heart attack is a serious, life-changing event, although most people now survive them. But a new study underscores the importance of doing everything possible to avoid another one. "It's like taking another hit," said Dr. Umesh Khot...


Savings Lives Matter Raises Awareness for Heart Health by James Coulter Not even sweltering 90-degree weather could stop people from visiting Tanner’s Lakeside last Sunday for a family fun day of games, music, and education about healthy hearts. Hosted by the Culpepper’s Cardiac Foundation, Savin...


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Ingredients By Nature is especially interested in combining Sytrinol with one of the company’s other citrus-derived ingredients: its Eriomin lemon flavonoid ingredient that supports healthy levels of blood glucose, inflammation, and oxidative stress. Citrus ingredients specia...


Health Society Bryce Hruska Summer is vacation season, and here’s good news about those breaks from the daily grind: They’re not only fun, they’re also good for you. Specifically, they’re good for your health, and even more specifically, your heart health. That was the conclusion reached in...


1 of 7 If you're interested in trying this sport, added to the Olympics for the first time this year, it would be a good idea to first learn how to fall without getting seriously injured: 2 of 7 Some three million Americans have this common heart condition, which may cause the heart to ra...


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Coming to terms with feelings of loss and making sense of it can be a painful process. Grief is a common emotional and sometimes physical response that you feel when you experience loss after a disaster or a traumatic event. Bereavement is a type of grief you experience when you lose a loved one....


August 3, 2021 - The Brevard Heart Foundation recently surprised four EFSC Nursing students with scholarships to help continue their education. A’maris Smith, Ashley Kelly, Pearl Ahamed and Synelibeth Garcia Lugo are all in Eastern Florida State College's Nursing RN Associate in Science (ADN) pr...


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LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) — In Owsley County, life moves at the right pace for Cale Turner. “We’ve got good folks,” he said, describing his longtime home. “It’s friendly.” There’s the small-town charm of Booneville, nestled along the back roads of Eastern Kentucky. “To me, it’s a good place to live...


After a morning of light yard work in April this year, Danny Rivers felt dizzy and was sweating more than normally. He attributed it to the heat and took a shower to cool off. Upon exiting, he felt a tightness in his chest and a numbness in his arms, and these were the first signs Rivers was exper...


The Salina Journal  |  Salina Journal With the school year just around the corner, one Salinan is bringing awareness to the heart health of Saline County youth this fall. The Back*N*Black (BNB) initiative, in partnership with My HeartCheck, is hosting a heart testing event for middle an...


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Evidence about alcohol’s effects on heart health — even among the general population — has been mixed. But new research indicates that drinking in moderation may not only be acceptable, but could have a slightly protective effect for people living with heart disease, according to a study publ...



spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreen shift + ← →slower / faster ← →seek  . seek to previous 1 2… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% JACKSON, Tenn. — The American Heart Association is getting the community on their feet. The organization is partnering with West Tennessee Reh...


Posted on Aug 05, 2021 | Author Dr. SUNDEEP MISHRA, Many heart patients especially those with valve replacements or those having atrial fibrillation due to valve diseases are on oral anti-coagulants like warfarin. In these patients an increased intake of dietary vitamin K can reduce the ant...


Lisa Drayer is a nutritionist, an author and a CNN health and nutrition contributor. (CNN)While people may assume only those who are overweight have to worry about the impact of a fatty heart, the reality is that thin people can also have this sometimes life-threatening condition. Exces...


WEDNESDAY, July 28, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Here's a reason to not feel guilty about drinking a glass of wine every evening: A new study suggests that people who drink moderately may have lower risks for both heart attack and stroke than teetotalers — even when they have a history of heart issues...


By  Stephanie Osmanski   More by Stephanie Want to Get Well? Surrender Yourself to Hulu’s New Miniseries, Nine Perfect Strangers All the Times Paris Hilton Has Been Engaged—Plus, Everything the Cooking with Paris Star Has Said About Kids How Much Does Surrogacy Cost? Plus, All Yo...


Eating just 200 fewer calories a day — the equivalent of skipping one snack — along with regular exercise can improve the heart health of obese older adults, a new study has found. That simple calorie restriction was key, leading to modest weight loss and vascular improvements that couldn’t be achi...


With its long, sunny days and endless possibilities for activity and adventure, summer is an ideal time to begin new and healthy habits. Over the last year and a half, as we’ve braced for and reacted to the COVID-19 pandemic in our community, it’s been easy to get into a routine that’s not great for...


Health | Heart problems following vaccination in the U.S. are uncommon and short-lived, researchers reported. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/04/health/myocarditis-covid-vaccine.html A healthcare worker prepares a coronavirus vaccine in Moultrie,...


(NewsUSA) – As the threat of COVID-19 continues, doctors and patients are considering the long-term impact of the pandemic on public health, especially heart health.The American Heart Association’s annual publication on Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics for 2021 emphasizes that heart disease remai...


Combining exercise with modest calorie restriction may improve cardiovascular disease risk in obese older adults. USA: Combining aerobic exercise with moderate calorie restriction (cutting 200 calories per day) versus exercise only may greatly improve aortic stiffness in older adults with obe...


As efforts to improve U.S. COVID-19 vaccination rates move forward, one of the side effects gaining attention is a type of inflammation in the heart muscle called myocarditis. What Is Myocarditis? Myocarditis is a condition in which your heart muscle, called the myocardium, becomes inflamed. It...


WEDNESDAY, July 28, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Here's a reason to not feel guilty about drinking a glass of wine every evening: A new study suggests that people who drink moderately may have lower risks for both heart attack and stroke than teetotalers — even when they have a history of heart issues...


Evidence about alcohol’s effects on heart health — even among the general population — has been mixed. But new research indicates that drinking in moderation may not only be acceptable, but could have a slightly protective effect for people living with heart disease, according to a study publ...


Eating just 200 fewer calories a day — the equivalent of skipping one snack — along with regular exercise can improve the heart health of obese older adults, a new study has found. That simple calorie restriction was key, leading to modest weight loss and vascular improvements that couldn’t be achi...


From AdventHealth Cholesterol can feel like the black sheep of the family. You’re constantly warned away from foods high in cholesterol and encouraged to keep cholesterol levels down. But truthfully, there’s an entirely other dimension to cholesterol that helps maintain a life of whole h...


INTEGRIS Health has made it our mission to partner with people to live healthier lives, and in keeping with that promise we are excited to announce the construction of a state-of-the-art Heart and ICU Hospital expansion at INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center, Northwest Expressway campus.   INTEGR...


Written by Mat Lecompte Published on August 6, 2021 Some of us have habits that are bad for us. The trouble is that you might not know how bad yours are. For example, would the grocery store or your favorite restaurant sell food that could kill you? I mean, what really makes some food h...


Health Society Bryce Hruska Summer is vacation season, and here’s good news about those breaks from the daily grind: They’re not only fun, they’re also good for you. Specifically, they’re good for your health, and even more specifically, your heart health. That was the conclusion reached in...


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Combining exercise with modest calorie restriction may improve cardiovascular disease risk in obese older adults. USA: Combining aerobic exercise with moderate calorie restriction (cutting 200 calories per day) versus exercise only may greatly improve aortic stiffness in older adults with obe...


News - Friday, August 6, 2021 - 6:06pm by Kelsey Penrose As of 6 p.m. Friday evening, nearly 3,000 Douglas County residents are without power, according to NV Energy. 2,942 customers found themselves in the dark at 5:21 p.m., which is when the outage was first reported....


By  Stephanie Osmanski   More by Stephanie Want to Get Well? Surrender Yourself to Hulu’s New Miniseries, Nine Perfect Strangers All the Times Paris Hilton Has Been Engaged—Plus, Everything the Cooking with Paris Star Has Said About Kids Pow! Bam! Ka-Boom! 18 Ways to Watch Cartoo...


Heart health Research is revealing the causes of heart disease and what can be done to tackle the world’s biggest killer. Herb Brody Outlook | 9 Jun 2021 | Nature A graphical guide to ischaemic heart disease Globally, 9 million people die each year from ischaem...


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A new clue has been found that might help solve the puzzle of how certain dog foods may lead to a deadly form of canine heart disease, a new study suggests. Researchers compared dog foods that the Food and Drug Administration has associated with canine dilated cardiomyopathy and traditional dog foo...


After a heart attack, changing longstanding behaviors that affect heart health can be challenging. Many people have developed habits over 20, 30, or 40 years that are ingrained and can take a significant effort to modify. Does having a partner who is supportive and participatory help? A recent...


Savings Lives Matter Raises Awareness for Heart Health by James Coulter Not even sweltering 90-degree weather could stop people from visiting Tanner’s Lakeside last Sunday for a family fun day of games, music, and education about healthy hearts. Hosted by the Culpepper’s Cardiac Foundation, Savin...


Heart health Research is revealing the causes of heart disease and what can be done to tackle the world’s biggest killer. Herb Brody Outlook | 9 Jun 2021 | Nature A graphical guide to ischaemic heart disease Globally, 9 million people die each year from ischaem...


Tracking a person's change in cardiovascular risk over time modestly improved prediction of incident cardiovascular disease (CVD) and survival beyond a single risk estimate alone in primary prevention, a large study showed. Cardiovascular risk over nearly 20 years was better modeled when a repeat...


Adverse pregnancy outcomes are associated with long-term risk for cardiometabolic disease in women and their offspring, according to a new analysis of more than 18 million pregnancies. The authors conducted a cross-sectional analysis of maternal and fetal data fro...


An increased interest in maintaining a healthy lifestyle has prompted recent studies on the health benefits of novel functional foods such as chia seeds, acai berries, and apple cider vinegar, all of which have significant nutritional and disease prevention characteristics. Chia seeds, in particula...


Postmenopausal women looking to lose weight or boost their heart health might want to take up ballroom dancing or join a hip-hop dance class. A new study published in Menopause, the journal of The North American Menopause Society, finds that women who danced three times a week changed their body co...


Magnesium supplements are useful for boosting optimal health and many people take them today. Magnesium is both a mineral and an electrolyte. While they are not as known to many people as other supplements like turmeric or zinc, magnesium supplements are gaining traction with rising popularity. Th...


If spicy foods fan your flames of hunger, you’re in luck: Peppery meals do far more than make your tongue tingle and forehead sweat. There’s evidence that food with a kick can help you lose weight, boost heart health and – surprise! – aid your gastrointestinal system.   Cleveland Clinic is a non-...


Adverse pregnancy outcomes are associated with long-term risk for cardiometabolic disease in women and their offspring, according to a new analysis of more than 18 million pregnancies. The authors conducted a cross-sectional analysis of maternal and fetal data fro...


DETROIT — It’s no secret that getting the right amount of sleep each night plays an important role in one’s mental and cognitive health. New research now shows that sleeping six to seven hours a night also reduces the risk of a heart attack or stroke. In fact, researchers from the Henry Ford Hospi...


When we feel anxious, our bodies respond in physical ways. Sweaty palms, shaking and an upset stomach can set in. And it’s not uncommon to feel a pounding or fluttering in your chest, also known as a heart palpitation. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our s...


Postmenopausal women looking to lose weight or boost their heart health might want to take up ballroom dancing or join a hip-hop dance class. A new study published in Menopause, the journal of The North American Menopause Society, finds that women who danced three times a week changed their body co...


Key Takeaways Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women, claiming more lives each year than all forms of cancer combined. Knowing your risk factors for cardiovascular disease and discussing them with your healthcare provider are two proactive steps you can take to protect your hear...


After a morning of light yard work in April this year, Danny Rivers felt dizzy and was sweating more than normally. He attributed it to the heat and took a shower to cool off. Upon exiting, he felt a tightness in his chest and a numbness in his arms, and these were the first signs Rivers was exper...


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Despite more women dying of heart disease than men, cardiovascular research around the female body remains limited. A new analysis of women’s involvement in clinical trials shows how factors like inaccessibility of clinics and limited awareness, along with lack of research on females, leads to res...


While preventative care is an incredibly valuable tool in mitigating health concerns, it’s never too late to start adopting healthy habits. In fact, a new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association proves that women over 50 who begin adhering to the Portfolio Diet may be less...


According to a new study, cutting just 200 calories a day with moderate exercise reaped bigger rewards than exercise alone for older, obese adults. Among older adults with obesity, combining aerobic exercise with a moderate reduction in daily calories resulted in greater improvements in aortic stif...


June 9, 2021 Like the check-engine light on your car, your vital signs can alert you when something’s wrong so you can get your vehicle to a mechanic—or rather, your body to a doctor—before it breaks down. “Knowledge is power,” says George Batsides, M.D., chief of cardiac surgery...


August 9, 2021 Clinical Contributors to this Story Laura Tavarez, M.D. contributes to topics such as Sports Medicine. By: Katie Woehnker There’s nothing like a frozen treat in the summertime, but what about frozen honey? A new trend has taken off on TikTok where users are freez...


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Despite more women dying of heart disease than men, cardiovascular research around the female body remains limited. A new analysis of women’s involvement in clinical trials shows how factors like inaccessibility of clinics and limited awareness, along with lack of research on females, leads to res...


Naps aren’t only for toddlers. Approximately 1 in 3 American adults nap, according to previous Pew Research Center data. Naps come in all shapes and sizes. “Some people take restorative daytime naps in order to compensate for insufficient nighttime sleep,” says Shanon Makekau, MD, chief of pu...


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Postmenopausal women looking to lose weight or boost their heart health might want to take up ballroom dancing or join a hip-hop dance class. A new study published in Menopause, the journal of The North American Menopause Society, finds that women who danced three times a week changed their body co...



Flaxseed is small brown coloured seeds that are good for digestion, lowering cholesterol levels, weight management, and improving insulin sensitivity. These seeds are obtained from the flax plant that was first grown in ancient-medieval Egypt and since then has been grown around the world. Flax...


About a decade ago, a series of studies emerged with the counterintuitive message that modest amounts of exercise might actually be bad rather than good for your heart. The newspaper headlines—“One Running Shoe in the Grave,”—were almost gleeful. The evidence, on the other hand, was weak. That...


Blood pressure is a significant indicator of heart health. Heart disease is the number one cause of death worldwide. If you have high blood pressure, you have a much higher risk of developing heart disease. Fortunately, you can find plenty of good blood pressure supplements. Blood pressure supple...


Flaxseed is small brown coloured seeds that are good for digestion, lowering cholesterol levels, weight management, and improving insulin sensitivity. These seeds are obtained from the flax plant that was first grown in ancient-medieval Egypt and since then has been grown around the world. Flax...


Dive Brief: Philip Morris has bought a developer of an inhaled treatment for acute myocardial infarction, continuing a flurry of acquisitions designed to move it beyond tobacco manufacturing and into healthcare. The latest deal sees the manufacturer of cigarettes buying OtiTopic fo...


Credit: CC0 Public Domain Occupational settings can involve exposure to loud noise, a known and preventable contributor to hearing loss. Hearing conservation programs and policies aim to protect workers from noise-induced hearing loss, but it remains unclear whether stress reactions cause...


The researchers found that 46 percent of the population had ideal scores in four or more metrics of CVH. An increase in SSS was associated with a higher overall CVH score in multivariable-adjusted models (ß = 0.04) as well as an increased likelihood of ideal levels of body mass index, physical activ...


(CNN)Eating beef, lamb, pork and processed meats will increase your risk of coronary heart disease later in life, according to a new meta-analysis of studies on over 1.4 million people who were followed for 30 years. Also called coronary artery disease, the condition is the leading c...


American Heart Association shares who is at risk in the heat and ways to keep you and your heart cool Keeping your heart healthy in the heat Outside temperatures don’t have to be in the triple digits for your heart to put in overtime to keep you cool. Temperatures in the 80s...


If you’ve ever faced a plate or bowl of bland food or even a dish that was missing just a little something, chances are you’ve reached for a set of salt and pepper shakers. But while the risks associated with salt are well-known, using black pepper isn’t nearly as hazardous. Cleveland Clinic is a...


If spicy foods fan your flames of hunger, you’re in luck: Peppery meals do far more than make your tongue tingle and forehead sweat. There’s evidence that food with a kick can help you lose weight, boost heart health and – surprise! – aid your gastrointestinal system.   Cleveland Clinic is a non-...


Dive Brief: Philip Morris has bought a developer of an inhaled treatment for acute myocardial infarction, continuing a flurry of acquisitions designed to move it beyond tobacco manufacturing and into healthcare. The latest deal sees the manufacturer of cigarettes buying OtiTopic fo...


Postmenopausal women looking to lose weight or boost their heart health might want to take up ballroom dancing or join a hip-hop dance class. A new study published in Menopause, the journal of The North American Menopause Society, finds that women who danced three times a week changed their body co...


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Health Society Bryce Hruska Summer is vacation season, and here’s good news about those breaks from the daily grind: They’re not only fun, they’re also good for you. Specifically, they’re good for your health, and even more specifically, your heart health. That was the conclusion reached in...



Unplanned, unscripted, unfiltered. In the Peacock Original series HART TO HEART from LOL Studios, Kevin Hart invites A-list talent to sit back, have a glass of wine, and engage in an unfiltered conversation. New episodes dropped today and Taraji P. Henson is one of this week’s guests. Taraji dis...


A high-fat diet may cause gut changes that increase heart disease risk, a new study has found. File Photo by Joe Gough/Shutterstock Aug. 12 (UPI) -- That a high-fat diet increases a person's risk for heart disease has long been known, but researchers now think they understand the p...


If giving up cigarettes causes you to gain 50 pounds, is the extra weight worse for you than smoking? Or did you simply trade one heart health risk factor for another? Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse no...



While preventive care is an incredibly valuable tool in mitigating health concerns, it's never too late to start adopting healthy habits. In fact, a new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association proves that women over 50 who begin adhering to the Portfolio diet may be less li...


A high-fat diet may cause gut changes that increase heart disease risk, a new study has found. File Photo by Joe Gough/Shutterstock Aug. 12 (UPI) -- That a high-fat diet increases a person's risk for heart disease has long been known, but researchers now think they understand the p...


© iStock/magicmine A drug currently used to treat lung fibrosis could be repurposed to treat heart failure patients, an early phase trial has suggested. Doctors and scientists from the University of Manchester and Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, in collaboration with Liverpool Cli...


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Home » Health News » Reducing Calorie Intake by 250 Calories per Day May Improve Heart Health in Obese Older Adults Written by Sarah Cownley Published on August 12, 2021 Exercising daily and cutting 250 calories may improve heart health in obese older adults. According to...


Colloquially and intuitively, we have perceived a link between mental health and heart health for a long time. When we feel really sad, for instance, we say we have a “broken heart.” We use the word “heartfelt” to describe deep, genuine feelings. When we feel super worried about something, we...


Credit: CC0 public domain According to a New Edith Cowan University (ECU) study, people on a vitamin K-rich diet are at up to 34% risk of cardiovascular disease (a condition that affects the heart and blood vessels) associated with atherosclerosis. It will be lower. The researchers surv...


Heart disease kills nearly 50,000 Black women annually, yet only 1 in 5 Black women believes she is personally at risk. The statistics on diabetes are also startling: 1 in 4 Black women 55 years and older have diabetes. The harsh reality is that biological, socioeconomic, and psychosocial...


Sophia Antipolis, 21 July 2021 :  A study of more than 18 million pregnancies has shown a strong and graded relationship between women’s heart health and pregnancy outcomes. The research is published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of C...


Wayne Ysaguirre, Executive Director, The Care Institute PHOTO: Mim Adkins Wayne Ysaguirre, 55, was no stranger to exercise. When the Roxbury YMCA opened at 5 a.m., he was one of the first through the doors. He had a routine — an hour and a half of aerobics on one of the Y’s exercise machines....


Sophia Antipolis, 21 July 2021 :  A study of more than 18 million pregnancies has shown a strong and graded relationship between women’s heart health and pregnancy outcomes. The research is published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of C...



Leah Riegert was the last person anyone would expect to have heart issues. Young and healthy, the 32-year-old has always been very active. “I was one of those crazy people who would get up at 5 a.m. and go to the gym before work,” she says, “and have a green smoothie each morning and grilled...


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Summer’s searing heat and humidity can not only sap your energy, it can cause a raft of serious potentially fatal health issues. Steamy weather can not only be enervating, it poses serious health risks for many people, says Dr. Donald Lloyd-Jones, president of the American Heart Association and...



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Summer’s searing heat and humidity can not only sap your energy, it can cause a raft of serious potentially fatal health issues. Steamy weather can not only be enervating, it poses serious health risks for many people, says Dr. Donald Lloyd-Jones, president of the American Heart Association and...


Summer’s searing heat and humidity can not only sap your energy, it can cause a raft of serious potentially fatal health issues. Steamy weather can not only be enervating, it poses serious health risks for many people, says Dr. Donald Lloyd-Jones, president of the American Heart Association and...


© iStock/sefa ozel The poor myogenic tone in micro-arteries may be a significant cause of unexplained heart disease, a new study has found. The research, led by Professor Raimondo Ascione at the University of Bristol and Professor Kim Dora at the University of Oxford, has identified that abno...


Aug. 9, 2021 -- A new study finds a link between eating plant-based foods rich in certain nutrients and a lower risk of heart disease. The study, which observed more than 200,000 men and women over 30 years, shows that those who regularly ate more plant-based foods rich in what are known as lig...


Heart health Research is revealing the causes of heart disease and what can be done to tackle the world’s biggest killer. Herb Brody Outlook | 9 Jun 2021 | Nature A graphical guide to ischaemic heart disease Globally, 9 million people die each year from ischaem...


FRIDAY, Aug. 13, 2021 (American Heart Association News) -- Trauma in childhood may lead to worse heart health later in life for Black people in the U.S. who have a low income, but not for those who have more money, a study found. Early trauma has been linked to cardiovascular health problems in pr...



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Adverse pregnancy outcomes are associated with long-term risk for cardiometabolic disease in women and their offspring, according to a new analysis of more than 18 million pregnancies. The authors conducted a cross-sectional analysis of maternal and fetal data fro...


Aortic stenosis is the narrowing of the hard-working aortic valve in your heart. Think of the aortic valve as a door — constantly opening and shutting — through which oxygenated blood is pumped out to the body. The narrowing of this valve can lead to heart failure over time if the problem isn’t...


Home » Health News » Lifestyle Choices Including Diet, Exercise, and Sleep Patterns Play a Role in Heart Health Written by Sarah Cownley Published on August 17, 2021 Many studies have shown that heart health can depend a lot on diet, exercise and sleep patterns. Although r...


© iStock/magicmine A drug currently used to treat lung fibrosis could be repurposed to treat heart failure patients, an early phase trial has suggested. Doctors and scientists from the University of Manchester and Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, in collaboration with Liverpool Cli...



Summer’s searing heat and humidity can not only sap your energy, it can cause a raft of serious potentially fatal health issues. Steamy weather can not only be enervating, it poses serious health risks for many people, says Dr. Donald Lloyd-Jones, president of the American Heart Association and...


(CNN)Eating beef, lamb, pork and processed meats will increase your risk of coronary heart disease later in life, according to a new meta-analysis of studies on over 1.4 million people who were followed for 30 years. Also called coronary artery disease, the condition is the leading c...


Overlook Medical Center’s Cardiac Rehab at New Providence was again certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. The certification, which is recognition of Overlook’s commitment to improving the quality of life of patients by enhancing standards of ca...



Dr. Trivax hopes to expand Hearts for Heroes program nationally Beaumont Health screening first responders to prevent heart attacks FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – How much would you pay for a medical test that could tell you in about three minutes whether you have serious heart troub...



It is said that if you want to live a long and disease-free life, eat healthily. A plate full of healthy and nutritious foods will provide you energy to sail through the day and cut down the risk of chronic diseases. But when it comes to heart health, you need to do a little more than just eating...


Key Takeaways A recent meta-analysis found that eating red and processed meat can increase ischemic heart disease risk. In the same study, eating poultry didn't appear to play a significant role on heart health. Experts say people should focus on dietary patterns and overall lifestyle choices w...


Having a small amount of cheese and chocolate daily could protect your heart, a study suggests. Researchers found other fermented dairy products like yogurt were also associated with benefits.  The study found mostly plant-based diets have the most health benefits, with cheese and chocolate in m...



August 4, 2021 — 10:28 AM There are so many factors that go into our heart health—and diet is certainly one of them. As we decide which foods to fill our plates with, new research published in the  Journal of the American Heart Association points to one particular food g...


THURSDAY, Aug. 19, 2021 (HealthDay News) — The impact of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) on cardiovascular health in children and adolescents is addressed in a scientific statement published online Aug. 18 in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Carissa M. Baker-Smith, M.D., M.P.H., f...


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(CNN)Eating beef, lamb, pork and processed meats will increase your risk of coronary heart disease later in life, according to a new meta-analysis of studies on over 1.4 million people who were followed for 30 years. Also called coronary artery disease, the condition is the leading c...


Eating your vegetables can help prevent heart disease, new research confirms. Two servings a day of veggies may reduce risk of dying from heart disease by up to 34%. Cutting back on processed meat, and enjoying red meat and butter in moderation can help, too.  Loading Something is loading....


Overlook Medical Center's Cardiac Rehab at New Providence was again certified by AACVPR. AACVPR By ROB SEMAN Published August 17, 2021 at 3:03 PM Last Updated August 17, 2021 at 3:03 PM SUMMIT, NJ – AUGUST 2021 – Overlook Medical Center’s Cardiac Rehab at New...


Having a small amount of cheese and chocolate daily could protect your heart, a study suggests. Researchers found other fermented dairy products like yogurt were also associated with benefits.  The study found mostly plant-based diets have the most health benefits, with cheese and chocolate in m...


A new study finds lacticyclecermide (Lact-Cer), a type of fat found in cell membranes and circulating in the blood, may help predict or diagnose heart disease in African Americans with lupus. People with lupus have a much higher risk of developing heart disease compared to the general public, and...


A "healthy" diet is often described as one rich in vitamins and minerals. And while that vague language isn't untrue, it also isn't always helpful. Depending on your specific needs, this advice can leave you wondering: Which vitamins and minerals do I need? Well, if heart health is what you're look...


Photo by: Banner University Medical Center Phoenix By: Angela Gonzales - Phoenix Business Journal Posted at 8:44 AM, Aug 18, 2021 and last updated 3:44 PM, Aug 18, 2021 PHOENIX — Facing staffing shortages, the state's largest health system is diverting pa...


The misuse of opioids in the United States continues to lead to high rates of dependency as well as a staggering number of deaths due to overdose. The American Heart Association is addressing the opioid epidemic and advancing the science on opioid use and its effects on heart and brain health thro...


Overlook Medical Center's Cardiac Rehab at New Providence was again certified by AACVPR. AACVPR By ROB SEMAN Published August 17, 2021 at 3:03 PM Last Updated August 17, 2021 at 3:03 PM SUMMIT, NJ – AUGUST 2021 – Overlook Medical Center’s Cardiac Rehab at New...


Attitude and action to win over this past year’s challenges “Live long and prosper.” That famous line from the Vulcan Mr. Spock (played by Leonard Nimoy) should be your motto for the coming year. And here’s how to do it — despite the recent news about just how tough it’s been. A study that looke...


FRIDAY, Aug. 13, 2021 (American Heart Association News) -- Trauma in childhood may lead to worse heart health later in life for Black people in the U.S. who have a low income, but not for those who have more money, a study found. Early trauma has been linked to cardiovascular health problems in pr...


WHITTIER, Calif., Aug. 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- PIH Health Good Samaritan Hospital has a new treatment option available for patients with severely calcified coronary artery disease. The new technology is a novel application of lithotripsy, sonic pressure waves or shockwave energy, which has been...



Image shows heart cells that have taken up red colored fat cell-derived extracellular vesicles. DALLAS – Aug. 20, 2021 – A stress signal received by the heart from fat could help protect against cardiac damage induced by obesity, a new study led by UT Southwestern researchers suggests. The fi...


© iStock/gradyreese A recent study has suggested that working night shifts is associated with an increased risk of developing heart problems. According to research published in the European Heart Journal, the risk of developing atrial fibrillation (AF) – an irregular and often abnormally fast...


The misuse of opioids in the United States continues to lead to high rates of dependency as well as a staggering number of deaths due to overdose. The American Heart Association is addressing the opioid epidemic and advancing the science on opioid use and its effects on heart and brain health thro...


Having a small amount of cheese and chocolate daily could protect your heart, a study suggests. Researchers found other fermented dairy products like yogurt were also associated with benefits.  The study found mostly plant-based diets have the most health benefits, with cheese and chocolate in m...


FRIDAY, Aug. 13, 2021 (American Heart Association News) -- Trauma in childhood may lead to worse heart health later in life for Black people in the U.S. who have a low income, but not for those who have more money, a study found. Early trauma has been linked to cardiovascular health problems in pr...


Tackling inequalities and improving health. Bold plans to improve health and reduce inequalities for women in Scotland have been published today by the Scottish Government. Scotland is the first country in the UK to have a Women’s Health Plan, which outlines ambitious improvement and change in area...


You probably already know that protecting your heart health requires eating well, exercising, and controlling well-known risk factors for heart disease such as high blood pressure. But did you know that your brain plays an important role in heart health as well? In recent years, researchers hav...


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Tackling inequalities and improving health. Bold plans to improve health and reduce inequalities for women in Scotland have been published today by the Scottish Government. Scotland is the first country in the UK to have a Women’s Health Plan, which outlines ambitious improvement and change in area...


Submitted by Heart of Wellness The desire for better health and wellness can be easily eclipsed by all the other things in our busy lives that need to get done in a day. But better health doesn’t mean momentous changes. In fact, the best method of success is often small changes every day that ove...



Home » Health News » Lifestyle Choices Including Diet, Exercise, and Sleep Patterns Play a Role in Heart Health Written by Sarah Cownley Published on August 17, 2021 Many studies have shown that heart health can depend a lot on diet, exercise and sleep patterns. Although r...


Photo: BallBall14 (Shutterstock) One feature a number of fitness trackers offer is a metric called “heart rate variability,” or HRV, which is the interval of time between each heartbeat. But given that we tend to think of our hearts beating at a steady and predictable pace, the fa...


Cardiovascular disease — affecting the heart and blood vessels — is the leading cause of mortality worldwide and in the United States, where it accounts for about 1 in 4 deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Many factors can increase the risk of developing heart...


According to a new scientific statement from the American Heart Association, obstructive sleep apnea, a form of sleep-disordered breathing, is common in children and adolescents and may be associated with elevated blood pressure and changes in heart structure. The findings of the research were publ...


Natalie Szakun graduated from Trinity Western University (TWU) with a major in kinesiology and a minor in chemistry, and a keen interest in healthcare for adult and elderly women. Szakun, who is among the recipients of this year’s TWU undergraduate research awards, is working alongside her faculty...


The misuse of opioids in the United States continues to lead to high rates of dependency as well as a staggering number of deaths due to overdose. The American Heart Association is addressing the opioid epidemic and advancing the science on opioid use and its effects on heart and brain health thro...


(CNN)If you are living with heart disease, having a small amount of alcohol each day is linked to a lower risk of having another heart attack, stroke, angina (heart pain because of constricted arteries) or an early death, according to a new large study. "This is not the general population -- th...


Submitted by Heart of Wellness The desire for better health and wellness can be easily eclipsed by all the other things in our busy lives that need to get done in a day. But better health doesn’t mean momentous changes. In fact, the best method of success is often small changes every day that ove...


There's no denying that the alternative milk scene has truly exploded. Several years ago, if you were vegan or sensitive to dairy, you were lucky if your local grocery store stocked one dairy-free milk substitute. Now, pardon the pun, but holy cow! There's no shortage of options to choose from. Un...


Aug. 9, 2021 -- A new study finds a link between eating plant-based foods rich in certain nutrients and a lower risk of heart disease. The study, which observed more than 200,000 men and women over 30 years, shows that those who regularly ate more plant-based foods rich in what are known as ligna...


Aug. 9, 2021 -- A new study finds a link between eating plant-based foods rich in certain nutrients and a lower risk of heart disease. The study, which observed more than 200,000 men and women over 30 years, shows that those who regularly ate more plant-based foods rich in what are known as ligna...


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Dr. Trivax hopes to expand Hearts for Heroes program nationally Beaumont Health screening first responders to prevent heart attacks FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – How much would you pay for a medical test that could tell you in about three minutes whether you have serious heart troub...


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The raging pandemic has hit all of us real hard and has changed our lifestyle, eating habits and almost everything overnight. Senior citizens with underlying conditions like diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular issues are more prone to get severely affected by the deadly virus. Cardiovascul...


You probably already know that protecting your heart health requires eating well, exercising, and controlling well-known risk factors for heart disease such as high blood pressure. But did you know that your brain plays an important role in heart health as well? In recent years, researchers hav...


(NewsUSA) – As the threat of COVID-19 continues, doctors and patients are considering the long-term impact of the pandemic on public health, especially heart health.The American Heart Association’s annual publication on Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics for 2021 emphasizes that heart disease remai...


According to a new scientific statement from the American Heart Association, obstructive sleep apnea, a form of sleep-disordered breathing, is common in children and adolescents and may be associated with elevated blood pressure and changes in heart structure. The findings of the research were publ...


FRIDAY, Aug. 13, 2021 (American Heart Association News) -- Trauma in childhood may lead to worse heart health later in life for Black people in the U.S. who have a low income, but not for those who have more money, a study found. Early trauma has been linked to cardiovascular health problems in pr...


Dr. Trivax hopes to expand Hearts for Heroes program nationally Beaumont Health screening first responders to prevent heart attacks FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – How much would you pay for a medical test that could tell you in about three minutes whether you have serious heart troub...


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Image shows heart cells that have taken up red colored fat cell-derived extracellular vesicles. DALLAS – Aug. 20, 2021 – A stress signal received by the heart from fat could help protect against cardiac damage induced by obesity, a new study led by UT Southwestern researchers suggests. The fi...



Credit: CC0 Public Domain New Edith Cowan University (ECU) research has found that people who eat a diet rich in vitamin K have up to a 34 percent lower risk of atherosclerosis-related cardiovascular disease (conditions affecting the heart or blood vessels). Researchers examined data fro...


You probably already know that protecting your heart health requires eating well, exercising, and controlling well-known risk factors for heart disease such as high blood pressure. But did you know that your brain plays an important role in heart health as well? In recent years, researchers hav...


More than 4 million people experience chronic migraine — having 15 or more migraine days per month. Verapamil isn’t a primary option for migraine treatment or prevention. There are more effective treatment and prevention options available, and it’s unlikely that a doctor will prescribe this medica...


Credit: CC0 Public Domain New Edith Cowan University (ECU) research has found that people who eat a diet rich in vitamin K have up to a 34 percent lower risk of atherosclerosis-related cardiovascular disease (conditions affecting the heart or blood vessels). Researchers examined data fro...


spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreen shift + ← →slower / faster ← →seek  . seek to previous 1 2… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Cristian’s Big Heart 5K Virtual Race shines a light on heart health for kids. The race will be held on Aug. 28 through Sept. 2...


Cardiovascular disease — affecting the heart and blood vessels — is the leading cause of mortality worldwide and in the United States, where it accounts for about 1 in 4 deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Many factors can increase the risk of developing heart...


Natural disasters, power outages, and other unexpected events can leave you scrambling for what to eat — unless you planned ahead and stocked up on these shelf-stable supplies. Reviewed: August 24, 2021 Shelf-stable foods can be just as healthy...



Recent meta-analyses found that a plant-based diet high in tomatoes and olive oil can reduce the risk of heart disease. With heart disease being one of the leading causes of death in the US, this study can help people to better their health through their diet. Researchers fro...


Eating your vegetables can help prevent heart disease, new research confirms. Two servings a day of veggies may reduce risk of dying from heart disease by up to 34%. Cutting back on processed meat, and enjoying red meat and butter in moderation can help, too.  Loading Something is loading....



(CNN)A giant global study finds the number of people over 30 with high blood pressure has doubled over the past 30 years, and more than half of them are not being treated for it. That's even though many cheap and easy treatments exist -- from healthier diet and exercise to pills that safely lo...


Sushi is perceived as a well-rounded food choice, not least because one roll alone can pack in satisfying carbs, tasty vegetables and fresh fish. Piling on the sauces or tempura shrimp tastes even more delicious, although you might suspect that these sushi rolls aren’t quite as good for you. Clev...


Recent meta-analyses found that a plant-based diet high in tomatoes and olive oil can reduce the risk of heart disease. With heart disease being one of the leading causes of death in the US, this study can help people to better their health through their diet. Researchers fro...


Between 2013 and 2018, a startling 73% of pregnancy-related deaths in Philadelphia were in Black women — yet they accounted for only 43% of births. According to a 2020 report from the Philadelphia Department of Public Health’s Maternal Mortality Review Committee, over half of the 26 pregnancy-relat...


spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreen shift + ← →slower / faster ← →seek  . seek to previous 1 2… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% Even before the pandemic forced most of us indoors and out of our gym routines, only 20% of Americans were following the American Heart Associatio...


This award recognizes UAB Hospital’s commitment to meeting standards of excellence in recruitment and retention, education, training and mentoring, research and evidence-based practice, patient outcomes, leadership and organizational ethics, and creation of a healthy work environment. This aw...


Dr. Stanley Wang, a cardiologist at Austin Heart and Heart Hospital of Austin, has been sending his patients the same message for months: If they get COVID-19, they are among the highest-risk patients for severe disease and hospitalization. Most are listening and have been vacci...


Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures It’s 2021 and you don’t need us to remind you that you need to be drinking water. We’re practically primed from preschool to be guzzling H2O, but admittedly some people find it more challenging than others. While there are those...


Having a small amount of cheese and chocolate daily could protect your heart, a study suggests. Researchers found other fermented dairy products like yogurt were also associated with benefits.  The study found mostly plant-based diets have the most health benefits, with cheese and chocolate in m...


Image shows heart cells that have taken up red colored fat cell-derived extracellular vesicles. DALLAS – Aug. 20, 2021 – A stress signal received by the heart from fat could help protect against cardiac damage induced by obesity, a new study led by UT Southwestern researchers suggests. The fi...


This award recognizes UAB Hospital’s commitment to meeting standards of excellence in recruitment and retention, education, training and mentoring, research and evidence-based practice, patient outcomes, leadership and organizational ethics, and creation of a healthy work environment. This aw...


Wellness Can red wine and berries help to lower your blood pressure? In this episode of NewsMD's "Health Fusion," Viv Williams checks out a new study that explores how a link between foods high in flavonoids and the bacteria in your gut may affect blood pressure. Can red wine and ber...



spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreen shift + ← →slower / faster ← →seek  . seek to previous 1 2… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Cristian passed away on September 1, 2014, one day shy of his 19th birthday. Cristian’s life was cut tragically short due to c...


Introduction Stroke is one of the most common causes of severe disability and death in the world. 1 The stroke burden is expected to rise from approximately 38 million disability-adjusted life-years globally in 1990 to 61 million disability-adjusted life-years in 2020. 2 Ischemic stroke is the m...


Most of the time, the blood in your body is a liquid. However, sometimes blood can thicken and clump — as it does during the natural healing process for a wound. When blood forms clumps or clots inside your arteries or veins, it can cause serious a health problem. These types of blood clots can br...



WEDNESDAY, Aug. 25, 2021 (American Heart Association News) -- Black people in need of a new heart are less likely than their white peers to get a transplant, and when they do, they're more likely to die afterward, according to new research. The study, published Wednesday in the Journal of the Amer...



When you’re struggling to lose weight, it might be tempting to want to try every pill and potion on the internet that promises to blast, burn or melt the pounds away — in a matter of weeks. The thing is, those concoctions could make things worse instead of better. So what’s the skinny on herbal wei...


OTTAWA -- They’re three fit and active women who live in different corners of Canada.  Despite being separated by kilometres and geography, they share common ground and symptoms. "I had a very strong feeling of, not pain, but pressure in my chest," said Lynne MacFadgen of Nanaimo, B.C. "First I...


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From AdventHealth Cholesterol can feel like the black sheep of the family. You’re constantly warned away from foods high in cholesterol and encouraged to keep cholesterol levels down. But truthfully, there’s an entirely other dimension to cholesterol that helps maintain a life of whole h...


Lisa Drayer is a nutritionist, an author and a CNN health and nutrition contributor. (CNN)While people may assume only those who are overweight have to worry about the impact of a fatty heart, the reality is that thin people can also have this sometimes life-threatening condition. Exces...


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Adherence to lifestyle advice and medications could add seven healthy years of life after a heart attack, according to a study presented at ESC Congress 2021. Most heart attack patients remain at high risk of a second attack one year later. Our study suggests that improving both lifestyles and me...


Science in Action for Better Cardiovascular Health. The cases of Cuba and Mexico 9 Sep 2021 - 9 Sep 2021 The Pan American Health Organization invites you to participate on a new HEARTS in the Americas webinar, titled  "Science in Action for Better Cardiovascular Health. The ca...


Your diet plays a huge role in keeping your heart healthy. Here are 16 heart-healthy foods that should be worked into your diet Your diet plays a huge role in keeping your heart healthy. But while certain foods have nutrients that can reduce your risk of heart disease, it’s important to e...


Having a small amount of cheese and chocolate daily could protect your heart, a study suggests. Researchers found other fermented dairy products like yogurt were also associated with benefits.  The study found mostly plant-based diets have the most health benefits, with cheese and chocolate in m...


That’s just the tip of the iceberg for these superfoods, which host a whole slew of vitamins and minerals. And adding them into a dish with nuts, grains, or lean meats can make for a tasty — and protective — meal that’s sure to give your heart a boost.


WEDNESDAY, Aug. 25, 2021 (American Heart Association News) -- A broad education effort about cardiac arrest seemed to improve care and save lives, a study has found. But even as the response to cardiac arrest improved in important ways, survival rates rose only in white people. "What this makes us...


You probably already know that protecting your heart health requires eating well, exercising, and controlling well-known risk factors for heart disease such as high blood pressure. But did you know that your brain plays an important role in heart health as well? In recent years, researchers hav...


Summer peaches are one of nature’s best inventions. They’re soft and sweet, smell divine, taste good cooked or fresh, and they’re chock-full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do n...


Image shows heart cells that have taken up red colored fat cell-derived extracellular vesicles. DALLAS – Aug. 20, 2021 – A stress signal received by the heart from fat could help protect against cardiac damage induced by obesity, a new study led by UT Southwestern researchers suggests. The fi...


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That’s just the tip of the iceberg for these superfoods, which host a whole slew of vitamins and minerals. And adding them into a dish with nuts, grains, or lean meats can make for a tasty — and protective — meal that’s sure to give your heart a boost.



Image shows heart cells that have taken up red colored fat cell-derived extracellular vesicles. DALLAS – Aug. 20, 2021 – A stress signal received by the heart from fat could help protect against cardiac damage induced by obesity, a new study led by UT Southwestern researchers suggests. The fi...



Eating more foods packed with flavonoids may help lower your systolic blood pressure — the “top number” that reflects the pressure blood exerts against artery walls when the heart beats — especially when you also have a greater diversity of bacteria in your gut, according to a study published...


If giving up cigarettes causes you to gain 50 pounds, is the extra weight worse for you than smoking? Or did you simply trade one heart health risk factor for another? Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse no...


Hamburgers may not cause heart attacks, but we have long known that lifestyle choices —including diet, exercise, and sleep patterns — play a role in cardiovascular health. What we don’t know is exactly how these factors actually affect our various bodily functions. Filip K. Swirski, director of the...


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Dr. Stanley Wang, a cardiologist at Austin Heart and Heart Hospital of Austin, has been sending his patients the same message for months: If they get COVID-19, they are among the highest-risk patients for severe disease and hospitalization. Most are listening and have been vacci...


If giving up cigarettes causes you to gain 50 pounds, is the extra weight worse for you than smoking? Or did you simply trade one heart health risk factor for another? Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse no...


We include products we think are useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this page, we may earn a small commission. Here’s our process. High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is a sweetener commonly used to enhance the flavor of foods and beverages. But diets rich in HFCS have been linked...


Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. The risk of having or dying from heart disease varies by race. Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) are more at risk for complications from heart disease than white Americans. This includes a higher death rate and is partly...


FRIDAY, Aug. 27, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Heart attack survivors could gain more than seven healthy years of life if they take the right medications and improve their lifestyle, new research estimates. Unfortunately, studies have found, heart attack survivors rarely get optimal control over their...


Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. The risk of having or dying from heart disease varies by race. Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) are more at risk for complications from heart disease than white Americans. This includes a higher death rate and is partly...



Consuming fewer calories and being physically active is the best way for elderly overweight adults to improve their heart health, a new study has found. Researchers from the American Heart Association have found that older obese people can prevent cardiovascular disease if they reduce their daily c...


A study in more than 100,000 individuals has found a potential link between eating saturated fat from meat and developing heart disease. The preliminary research is presented at ESC Congress 2021.1 Study author Dr. Rebecca Kelly of the Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford...


spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreen shift + ← →slower / faster ← →seek  . seek to previous 1 2… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% Even before the pandemic forced most of us indoors and out of our gym routines, only 20% of Americans were following the American Heart Associatio...


In the early hours of March 12, Andy Freeman drove himself to the Sanford Bemidji ER. Light pressure in his chest had kept him up all night — surely a symptom of COVID-19, he thought. What doctors quickly discovered, however, was that Freeman was experiencing a major heart attack. To his complete s...


Monitoring one’s heart rate at rest and during exercise is easier than ever. This information can be especially valuable to people with heart conditions and those recovering from an injury or surgery, or returning to exercise after a long layoff. For others, heart rate monitoring can track workout...


OSA is associated with cardiovascular disease in adults, but less is known about how the condition affects the immediate and long-term heart health of children and adolescents. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in children and adolescents may be associated with elevated blood pressure and changes...


OSA is associated with cardiovascular disease in adults, but less is known about how the condition affects the immediate and long-term heart health of children and adolescents. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in children and adolescents may be associated with elevated blood pressure and changes...


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TUESDAY, Aug. 31, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Along with other dangers, the aftermath of Hurricane Ida could pose significant heart health risks. Stress and trauma from the storm that slammed into Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and other states could increase heart risk, and the impact may be more s...


You probably already know that protecting your heart health requires eating well, exercising, and controlling well-known risk factors for heart disease such as high blood pressure. But did you know that your brain plays an important role in heart health as well? In recent years, researchers hav...


LHC Group (NASDAQ: LHCG) has completed its acquisition of South Carolina-headquartered Heart of Hospice from the family-owned investment firm Evening Post Industries (EPI) Group. The deal furthers a streak of hospice transaction by LHC Group that is unlikely to abate in the near term. Financial ter...


08-25-2021 New research from the European Society of Cardiology gives hope to older people that it is never too late to start exercising and increase longevity. The study, led by Dr. Nathalia Gonzalez of the University of Bern, shows that getting active later in life can have...


© iStock/diephosi A new AI-based approach could help to quickly and easily identify the best treatment options for heart failure patients. Researchers from the University of Birmingham have used a series of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques to identify the heart failure patients most li...


About a decade ago, a series of studies emerged with the counterintuitive message that modest amounts of exercise might actually be bad rather than good for your heart. The newspaper headlines—“One Running Shoe in the Grave,”—were almost gleeful. The evidence, on the other hand, was weak. That...


We include products we think are useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this page, we may earn a small commission. Here’s our process. Blood pressure monitors can provide useful information about a person’s health. Monitoring blood pressure at home can help a person determine whethe...


New research suggests daily coffee drinking may be good for long-term heart health, with reduced incidence of stroke, cardiovascular disease and even all-cause mortality (death of any kind). The findings were presented today at the annual European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress after a...


August 31, 2021 Clinical Contributors to this Story Iqbal Jafri, M.D. contributes to topics such as Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, . After a heart attack, making healthy lifestyle changes can help you recover faster and reduce your chances of experiencing another cardiac event. However,...


MONDAY, Aug 30, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- A good Samaritan can save the life of someone in cardiac arrest if a portable defibrillator is nearby. Now, a pilot study suggests a new way to get the devices into bystanders' hands: drones. The study, done in Sweden, found that drone delivery was a feasib...


MILLIONS of women could be at risk of a deadly heart attack or stroke because of work pressure, a study has suggested. Researchers said women’s heart health is in danger because of an “alarming” rise in risk factors like work stress, fatigue and sleep disorders. 1 Women are seeing more...


Wellness What do trees have to do with your heart health? In this episode of NewsMD's "Health Fusion," Viv Williams shares information about the potential health benefits of living in green neighborhoods. What do trees have to do with your heart health? In this episode of NewsMD's "...


BOSTON, MA — Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital are currently looking for men and women to participate in a new study that will evaluate whether a medication will improve heart structure and function in people living with HIV. The hospitals are accepting participants...


There's more data that being a coffee drinker can be good for your health. Downing up to three cups of coffee daily is associated with lower risks for stroke and death from cardiovascular disease, as well as death from all causes, suggests research presented at the European Soci...


Is your job good for your health? From the factory floor to the phone bank, from the boardroom to the emergency room, it’s a complicated question to consider as we pursue paychecks and navigate careers. “Health isn’t just what we eat and how physically active we are,” said Yvonne Michael, profe...


The Pennant Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: PNTG) has acquired Amarillo,Texas-based Open Heart Hospice. The organization will rebrand as Kinder Hearts Hospice of Amarillo. Financial terms are confidential. The Pennant Group’s  (NASDAQ: PNTG) acquisition strategy is fueling growth in both the near- and long-t...


Hamburgers may not cause heart attacks, but we have long known that lifestyle choices —including diet, exercise, and sleep patterns — play a role in cardiovascular health. What we don’t know is exactly how these factors actually affect our various bodily functions. Filip K. Swirski, director of the...


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A heart-healthy diet, unofficially called a cardiac diet, consists of nutrient-rich foods, such as fruits and veggies, lean poultry, fish and whole grains, while avoiding saturated and trans fats. A heart-healthy diet consists of foods that, when consumed regularly, improve heart-related...


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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — A 2021 American Heart Association (AHA) study showed how someone perceives themselves directly affects their heart health and is disproportionately affecting those in the Hispanic and Latino communities. "Even in 2021, as the world has been turned upside down by a pandem...


Many Japanese restaurants feature both sushi and sashimi on the menu. While each one is a popular traditional dish from Japan, several key differences set them apart. This article explores the key similarities and differences between sushi and sashimi — in terms of not only how they’re made but als...


Hamburgers may not cause heart attacks, but we have long known that lifestyle choices —including diet, exercise, and sleep patterns — play a role in cardiovascular health. What we don’t know is exactly how these factors actually affect our various bodily functions. Filip K. Swirski, director of the...


A recent study showed the benefits of living in a green neighborhood for heart health , indicating that those who lived in a green area were 16% less likely to come down with heart-related health conditions . Seniors living in green areas had a 4% lower risk of getting...


These stations are now in Baltimore stories. (Courtesy photo) In a move to bring what might typically be found in a doctor’s office into the community, digital health tools are arriving at stores in Baltimore in order to to screen key metrics and provide content about health and well bei...


A study in more than 100,000 individuals has found a potential link between eating saturated fat from meat and developing heart disease. The preliminary research is presented at ESC Congress 2021.1 Study author Dr. Rebecca Kelly of the Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford...



In the early hours of March 12, Andy Freeman drove himself to the Sanford Bemidji ER. Light pressure in his chest had kept him up all night — surely a symptom of COVID-19, he thought. What doctors quickly discovered, however, was that Freeman was experiencing a major heart attack. To his complete s...


A study in more than 100,000 individuals has found a potential link between eating saturated fat from meat and developing heart disease. The preliminary research is presented at ESC Congress 2021.1 Study author Dr. Rebecca Kelly of the Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford...


spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreen shift + ← →slower / faster ← →seek  . seek to previous 1 2… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% Even before the pandemic forced most of us indoors and out of our gym routines, only 20% of Americans were following the American Heart Associatio...


OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Doctors say getting enough hours of sleep is important for children, but getting good quality sleep is what matters most. "If there’s things that are disrupting sleep whether that environment is too hot or it’s too noisy or the lights are on, those are all things that can af...


FRIDAY, Sept. 3, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Rural patients with ischemic heart disease (IHD) have higher levels of state hopelessness, especially those who are unmarried, according to a study published online Sept. 1 in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Deb Bomgaars, Ph.D., R.N., from D...


Lack of Fluids May Set Off Processes That Lead to the Development of Heart Failure According to the authors, when people drink less fluid and the concentration of serum sodium goes up, the body attempts to conserve water, which then activates processes known to contribute to the development...


September 02, 2021 Contact: Kawana McGough, Office of Communications, Public Relations and Marketing   Yates and Dawkins The American Heart Association, the world’s leading voluntary organization dedicated to a world of longer, healthier lives, has awarded $20 million in grants to five resea...


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September 02, 2021 Contact: Kawana McGough, Office of Communications, Public Relations and Marketing   Yates and Dawkins The American Heart Association, the world’s leading voluntary organization dedicated to a world of longer, healthier lives, has awarded $20 million in grants to five resea...


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That’s just the tip of the iceberg for these superfoods, which host a whole slew of vitamins and minerals. And adding them into a dish with nuts, grains, or lean meats can make for a tasty — and protective — meal that’s sure to give your heart a boost.


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Until all SCL Health Medical Group cardiology services transition to their new location, patients will access providers and care on the St. Mary’s Medical Center campus. COURTESY MAP special section sponsored...


WEDNESDAY, Sept. 1, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Periodontitis is associated with increased odds of new cardiovascular (CV) events, according to a study presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress 2021: The Digital Experience, held virtually from Aug. 27 to 30. Giulia Ferrannini, M.D., of...


A "healthy" diet is often described as one rich in vitamins and minerals. And while that vague language isn't untrue, it also isn't always helpful. Depending on your specific needs, this advice can leave you wondering: Which vitamins and minerals do I need? Well, if heart health is what you're look...


After a heart attack, changing longstanding behaviors that affect heart health can be challenging. Many people have developed habits over 20, 30, or 40 years that are ingrained and can take a significant effort to modify. Does having a partner who is supportive and participatory help? A recent...


Lifestyle /  Health Wellness Award-winning author of mystery thrillers Manjiri Prabhu writes about how her dogs triggered her spiritual journey in her new book The DOGtrine of Peace Chimp expert Jane Goodall is among experts cited who suggest the human-animal bond triggers mutual benef...


AMHERST, Mass. — Taking 7,000 steps a day during middle age can keep a person’s arteries healthy and reduce their risk of death by up to 70 percent, a new study concludes. The findings by researchers from across the United States suggest that this lower number is still enough to protect against se...


NYC Health + Hospitals Earns National Recognition for Efforts to Improve Cardiovascular Treatment Awards recognize the public hospital system’s commitment to ensuring patients with heart disease receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines...


Actor Sidharth Shukla’s sudden death at the age of 40, reportedly due to a sudden cardiac arrest, left many shocked. As per sources close to Sidharth’s family, the actor complained of chest pain around 3am on Thursday last week, but he went back to sleep. However, in the morning Sidharth did not...


Lack of Fluids May Set Off Processes That Lead to the Development of Heart Failure According to the authors, when people drink less fluid and the concentration of serum sodium goes up, the body attempts to conserve water, which then activates processes known to contribute to the development...


For premature babies who are at high risk of pulmonary hypertension (PH) and other cardiovascular complications, consuming human breast milk in the first year of life is associated with better heart function, a new study found. “Preterm infants have abnormal heart function,” Afif EL-Khuffash, MD, t...


Wellness What do trees have to do with your heart health? In this episode of NewsMD's "Health Fusion," Viv Williams shares information about the potential health benefits of living in green neighborhoods. What do trees have to do with your heart health? In this episode of NewsMD's "...


Sidharth Shukla's untimely demise left everyone in a state of shock and grief. As per reports, the late actor, who was only 40 years of age, suffered a massive heart attack and succumbed to it thereafter. The unfortunate event has sent shock waves across the film fraternity and also among devote...


SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCSC) - Trident Health says it is preparing for future population growth with a major expansion project. The system plans to add a new cardiac catheterization lab and three new operating rooms to its current medical center. They also plan to build a behavioral health hospital....


Actor Sidharth Shukla’s sudden death at the age of 40, reportedly due to a sudden cardiac arrest, left many shocked. As per sources close to Sidharth’s family, the actor complained of chest pain around 3am on Thursday last week, but he went back to sleep. However, in the morning Sidharth did not...


WEDNESDAY, Sept. 1, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Periodontitis is associated with increased odds of new cardiovascular (CV) events, according to a study presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress 2021: The Digital Experience, held virtually from Aug. 27 to 30. Giulia Ferrannini, M.D., of...


You probably already know that protecting your heart health requires eating well, exercising, and controlling well-known risk factors for heart disease such as high blood pressure. But did you know that your brain plays an important role in heart health as well? In recent years, researchers hav...




As many in the community may have heard, the team at Western Slope Cardiology (WSC) decided to close their practice in August 2021. With this change, the team also decided that it is in the best interest of the practice and the larger Western Slope community to transition their existing practice...


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Are you turning your coffee into a health bomb? When the K-pop girl group NiziU sings “Sweet Bomb”: “call me sweet bomb,” they could be describing the TikTok-inspired, flavor-enhanced coffee drinks that folks are being encouraged to order at their local coffee shop. Ten extra pumps of sugary car...


New Delhi: A poor diet can have the biggest impact on heart health. Along with exercising consistently and avoiding smoking, your diet is also an important way you can control what your life looks like decades from now.  When it comes to your heart health, it’s the little, everyday choices you mak...


Replacing regular salt with a low-sodium alternative in household cooking and seasoning may be an inexpensive and simple way to reduce the risk of stroke, heart attack, and death from any cause in people with a history of stroke or high blood pressure, according to new research. The innovativ...


by Matthew Watkins Tuesday, September 7th 2021 Northwest Texas Healthcare System (File) AMARILLO, Texas (KVII) — Northwest Texas Healthcare System has received the American Heart Association’s GoldPlus Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Quality Achievement Award for its commitme...


Fitbit Charge 5 €180 Google-owned Fitbit has updated its Charge fitness trackers, with the Charge 5 ready for launch. Fitbit says the device is its most advanced heath and fitness tracker yet, with an ECG for monitoring heart health, EDA scan for stress management and blood oxygen moni...


Wellness Can owning a cat help improve your health? In this episode of NewsMD's "Health Fusion," Viv Williams explores the health benefits of cats and reveals the seven personality traits of our feline friends identified in a new study. Can owning a cat help improve your health? In t...


Actor Sidharth Shukla's untimely death has brought heart health in focus. Are we doing enough to take care of our heart? What are the lifestyle habits that are adversely affecting our heart? Our diet plays an important role in our overall health and timely changes in our dietary habits could go a l...


About a decade ago, a series of studies emerged with the counterintuitive message that modest amounts of exercise might actually be bad rather than good for your heart. The newspaper headlines—“One Running Shoe in the Grave,”—were almost gleeful. The evidence, on the other hand, was weak. That...


Key Takeaways Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women, claiming more lives each year than all forms of cancer combined. Knowing your risk factors for cardiovascular disease and discussing them with your healthcare provider are two proactive steps you can take to protect your hear...


A "healthy" diet is often described as one rich in vitamins and minerals. And while that vague language isn't untrue, it also isn't always helpful. Depending on your specific needs, this advice can leave you wondering: Which vitamins and minerals do I need? Well, if heart health is what you're look...


Almost 17.9 million people die each year due to a heart disease also known as the cardiovascular disease. Certain lifestyle changes like salt reduction in diet, consumption of fruits and vegetables, regular physical activities and avoiding harmful use of alcohol and tobacco have resulted to reduce...


Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death among men and women globally. A major cause of heart disease is silent systemic inflammation. Chronic inflammation is associated with cardiovascular disease more than anything else. Some of the root causes of heart disease and inflammation are...


MONDAY, Sept. 6, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Breast milk can give preemies' hearts a big boost, a groundbreaking study suggests. "This study … adds to the already known benefits of breast milk for infants born prematurely," said study leader Dr. Afif El-Khuffash, a clinical professor of pediatrics at...


That’s just the tip of the iceberg for these superfoods, which host a whole slew of vitamins and minerals. And adding them into a dish with nuts, grains, or lean meats can make for a tasty — and protective — meal that’s sure to give your heart a boost.


Tea is among the most popular drinks in the world ( 1 Trusted Source , 2 Trusted Source , 3 Trusted Source , 4 Trusted Source ). This fragrant beverage — made by steeping fresh or dried Camellia sinensis leaves in hot water — sits right alongside coffee as one of the most prized...


New Delhi: The novel coronavirus has impacted everyone across the globe. However, the virus has been more severe and dangerous for people with pre-existing chronic illnesses. Moreover, the combination of COVID-19 and cardiovascular diseases has been proven to be dangerous in more ways than one....


Increasing stress is a major cause, and nowadays COVID-19 could trigger thrombosis in the main artery | Photo credit: Pixabay  Key Highlights Sudden cardiac deaths in adults may also have underlying genetic causes such as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy Heart attack risk in the young...



As many in the community may have heard, the team at Western Slope Cardiology (WSC) decided to close their practice in August 2021. With this change, the team also decided that it is in the best interest of the practice and the larger Western Slope community to transition their existing practice...


From the factory floor to the phone bank, from the boardroom to the emergency room, it’s a complicated question to consider as we pursue paychecks and navigate careers. “Health isn’t just what we eat and how physically active we are,” said Yvonne Michael, professor of epidemiology at Drexel Un...


Anyone who knows us as the duo behind The Chubby Vegetarian and sees us on Instagram plucking a perfectly cooked pizza from the oven or harvesting pounds of vegetables from our various garden patches may not realize that we often struggle to get into and maintain heart-healthy shape. A restart was...


Transgender men and women have a four times higher risk of having a heart attack than people who identify as the gender with which they were born, according to the American Heart Association. (File photo by Annabella Piunti/Cronkite News) PHOENIX — Kai Reed, a transgender man, survived s...


Risk of cardiovascular disease is important to think about for people with diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), people with diabetes are twice as likely to experience a cardiovascular event like a heart attack or stroke. Low-dose daily aspirin can help reduce a person’s...


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Media Contact: Tim Kershner, Director of Communications and Public Affairs 603-356-5461 ext. 2198 [email protected] NORTH CONWAY, NH — Memorial Hospital’s newest pediatrician has some simple advice for new parents. “Babies don’t come with an instruction manual. Follow your baby’s...


August 12, 2021 Because myocarditis – a type of heart inflammation – has made headlines lately as a very rare side effect of certain COVID-19 vaccines, you may be wondering what heart inflammation is and what causes it. Heart inflammation is commonly caused by infections, including viruses or bacte...


Indian cuisine has offered the world innumerable gastronomic greats — and shaped my kitchen in particular. From butter chicken to rogan josh to biryani, there are plenty of delicious Indian dishes to spice up one’s palate. The ingredients and styles of cooking in Indian cuisine vary based on region...


Media Contact: Tim Kershner, Director of Communications and Public Affairs 603-356-5461 ext. 2198 [email protected] NORTH CONWAY, NH — Memorial Hospital’s newest pediatrician has some simple advice for new parents. “Babies don’t come with an instruction manual. Follow your baby’s...


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Just to put this into perspective, women are three times as likely to die of heart disease than breast cancer.  Yep, wow. The good news is that there are some simple changes you can make to help ensure your heart health. Here, we've rounded up three of the most common things that could be hurting...


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Just to put this into perspective, women are three times as likely to die of heart disease than breast cancer.  Yep, wow. The good news is that there are some simple changes you can make to help ensure your heart health. Here, we've rounded up three of the most common things that could be hurting...


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That’s just the tip of the iceberg for these superfoods, which host a whole slew of vitamins and minerals. And adding them into a dish with nuts, grains, or lean meats can make for a tasty — and protective — meal that’s sure to give your heart a boost.


The word "COVID-19" is reflected in a drop on a syringe needle in this illustration taken November 9, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Sept 10 (Reuters) - The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to corroborate the finding...


Anyone who knows us as the duo behind The Chubby Vegetarian and sees us on Instagram plucking a perfectly cooked pizza from the oven or harvesting pounds of vegetables from our various garden patches may not realize that we often struggle to get into and maintain heart-healthy shape. A restart was...


Ten months ago, Tina Schubert held her right hand to the sky in relief while a colleague plunged a needle into her left arm. After nearly a year of trying to rid helpless patients of an inscrutable disease — and escape it herself — a vaccine had arrived. And she was first.       ...



Fitbit Charge 5 €180 Google-owned Fitbit has updated its Charge fitness trackers, with the Charge 5 ready for launch. Fitbit says the device is its most advanced heath and fitness tracker yet, with an ECG for monitoring heart health, EDA scan for stress management and blood oxygen moni...


The family of a man who died of heart issues in Mississippi is asking people to get vaccinated for COVID-19 after 43 hospitals across three states were unable to accept him because of full cardiac ICUs.  Ray Martin DeMonia died last week in Meridian, Mississippi. He was three days shy of his 74...



A coalition of Wayne State University medical students, Wayne Health and Detroit Medical Center Emergency Medicine physicians recently came together to offer heart health screenings for adolescent boys who play football. Led by DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital Emergency Department physician Luda Kh...


We have all heard about how much better a plant-based diet is for us. Now, there’s new research to further back up those claims, f eaturing a comparison of plant-based eating and cardiovascular health. A scientific study was done to see what the mortality rates were for those eating...



Routine doctor’s appointments might just seem like something you need to check off your to-do list, but if you go through them on auto-pilot, you’re doing yourself a disservice. Paying attention to exactly what your doctor is saying and asking the right questions is super-important—especially if yo...


BALTIMORE, Sept. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Cardiovascular disease can play a significant role in the severity of various urologic conditions, and treating various urologic conditions can considerably affect cardiovascular health. This relationship might also be a determining factor in the health o...


UC Davis Health researchers will receive a $24 million award for research aimed at improving cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease care for women. The $24 million in cy pres funds for UC Davis School of Medicine will back projects to improve the health of women. The UC Davis School of...


London: While wine has long been linked to lower risk of heart disease, a new study shows that alcohol-free versions may also give you all the health benefits of the real stuff. According to researchers at Anglia Ruskin University, it's not the alcohol, but the benefit of wine comes from antioxid...


Reading Time: 4 minutes Decades of neglect and subordination to men’s statistics has pushed women’s heart health to the sidelines of the conversation — Jump In seeks to change that The University of Ottawa Heart Institute is running an initiative through the month of September to raise aware...


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UC Davis Health researchers will receive a $24 million award for research aimed at improving cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease care for women. The $24 million in cy pres funds for UC Davis School of Medicine will back projects to improve the health of women. The UC Davis School of...


File photo. By Al Brandenburg Our heart is the hardest-working muscle in our body, and heart disease is a leading cause of death. So, it’s important to adopt a healthy lifestyle sooner rather than later. Some risk factors can’t be changed, like family history, age and sex, but there ar...


This website uses cookies to deliver its services as described in our Cookie Policy. By using this website, you agree to the use of cookies. Medically Reviewed on 8/24/2021 Eating foods that are low in bad fats and rich in fiber can help prevent heart disease. Here are 7 simpl...



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Until all SCL Health Medical Group cardiology services transition to their new location, patients will access providers and care on the St. Mary’s Medical Center campus. COURTESY MAP special section sponsored...


Your diet plays a huge role in keeping your heart healthy. Here are 16 heart-healthy foods that should be worked into your diet Your diet plays a huge role in keeping your heart healthy. But while certain foods have nutrients that can reduce your risk of heart disease, it’s important to e...


Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death among men and women globally. A major cause of heart disease is silent systemic inflammation. Chronic inflammation is associated with cardiovascular disease more than anything else. Some of the root causes of heart disease and inflammation are...


That’s just the tip of the iceberg for these superfoods, which host a whole slew of vitamins and minerals. And adding them into a dish with nuts, grains, or lean meats can make for a tasty — and protective — meal that’s sure to give your heart a boost.


Welcome to the MOVE for Heart Health! program. If you have no history of cardiovascular disease but have issues with weight and blood pressure or cholesterol, we are here to help! MOVE for Heart Health program is a new program that is only available at Northport VAMC All participants will at...


Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death among men and women globally. A major cause of heart disease is silent systemic inflammation. Chronic inflammation is associated with cardiovascular disease more than anything else. Some of the root causes of heart disease and inflammation are...


Anyone who knows us as the duo behind The Chubby Vegetarian and sees us on Instagram plucking a perfectly cooked pizza from the oven or harvesting pounds of vegetables from our various garden patches may not realize that we often struggle to get into and maintain heart-healthy shape. A restart was...


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Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, claiming more lives than all forms of cancer combined. Talk about a wakeup call. The good news is that you have opportunities to prevent heart disease and lessen your risk of a stroke or heart attack later in life.  Ammar Habib, M...


Join the Ne-Chee Friendship Centre, Metis Nation of Ontario, Kenora Metis Council, and WNHAC for an indigenous view of heart health care. Learn from a nurse practitioner, a registered dietitian and a dental hygienist. Participants will receive a FREE heart-friendly swag bag. To register email...


Heart ablation is a procedure that’s used to treat some types of arrhythmia. Arrhythmias happen when your heart beats too fast, too slowly, or irregularly. During heart ablation, the area of the heart that’s causing the arrhythmia is destroyed. One of the types of arrhythmia that heart ablation is...


A look at the latest apps, smart watches, and more for better health. In 2007, Steve Jobs changed the world—and medical care—by introducing the iPhone. The iPad followed in 2010, and the Apple Watch in 2015.1 We now have hundreds of smartphone-based medical applications; we can dictate into the...


Share on Pinterest A newly developed algorithm may detect early signs of Alzheimer’s. Westend61/Getty Images Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) often precedes the development of Alzheimer’s disease. Functional MRI (fMRI) scans can capture subtle signs of MCI, but they are d...


Share on Pinterest A newly developed algorithm may detect early signs of Alzheimer’s. Westend61/Getty Images Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) often precedes the development of Alzheimer’s disease. Functional MRI (fMRI) scans can capture subtle signs of MCI, but they are d...


Trimethylglycine (TMG) — also referred to as betaine or betaine anhydrous — is an important compound that your body can produce by itself. It is also found in supplements and certain foods. TMG has been studied for many potential health benefits, including the ability to enhance heart health, boost...


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Heart Walk American Heart Association By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION Published September 15, 2021 at 4:33 PM The American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization focused on heart and brain health for all, is inviting Bergen, Passaic and Hudson Cou...


WWE COO Triple H has finally broken silence after undergoing successful heart surgery following a cardiac event. The Game sent a heartfelt message to all his supporters and provided an update on his health. The news was first broken by WWE several weeks ago on its official website, which took many...


Two-time Olympic skier Holly Brooks speaks to the West High cross country running team about eating disorders during a presentation at the high school last week. (Bill Roth / ADN) Current events are keeping Holly Brooks busy these days. The two-time Olympian became a licensed professiona...