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Heart Diseases : Health & Medical
Heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women in America. The definition of heart disease is any medical condition of the heart and blood vessels. This disease is prevalent in developed countries mostly due to environmental factors, but the great news is there is much that can be done
If you have been told your total cholesterol is high and you need to lower it, looking for a way to naturally lower total cholesterol levels is not really the first port of call you should take. Yes total cholesterol is important but the readings you should be given should also give you a breakdown
Many young people with aortic valve regurgitation do not have symptoms. When symptoms finally appear, they often indicate that the heart is significantly affected. Whether these symptoms come on gradually (as in chronic regurgitation) or more suddenly (as in acute regurgitation), they may be ...
Heart disease is the leading cause of death to men and women in the United states today. Heart disease includes conditions affecting the heart such as coronary heart disease, heart attack, congestive heart failure and congenital heart disease.Keys to the prevention of heart disease include quitting
According to Tara Parker Pope writing in the New York Times, American pediatricians are recommending wider cholesterol screening for children and more aggressive use of cholesterol-lowering drugs, starting as early as the age of eight, in hopes of preventing adult heart problems. This has followed g
New high-sensitivity troponin assays will reduce the threshold for the diagnosis of myocardial infarction, as specified in the 2012 third Universal Definition of MI.
The elderly with atrial fibrillation (AF) share many of the characteristics of younger patients, but in other respects they are quite different.
Should routine measurement of platelet reactivity be recommended in treatment guidelines?
For patients with heart failure, what factors predict who will be frequent-flyers?
The American Heart Association (AHA) is updating its recommendations on the best way to do cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).