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An implantable sensor providing 24 hour monitoring for patients with chronic heart problems will be developed thanks to a new grant, designed to improve heart disease management.
Modern medicine is still unable to predict heart attacks. In spite of the heart that heart disease is considered to be one of the biggest killers in many countries of the globe, it is still unknown what leads to the development of a sudden cardiac arrest.
Heart disease is a silent killer and it's not always preventable. See how many people die of heart disease, but the society takes note most of the time when a celebrity dies of heart disease or heart attack. Tim Russert heart attack and George Carlin who died of heart disease bring heart health into spotlight.
Healthy, postmenopausal women whose blood cholesterol levels are normal or lower are not at increased, short-term risk for heart attack when taking hormone therapy.
PCE Health and Fitness is teaming up with The Heart Truth to encourage women to exercise and live in good health to lower their risk of heart disease. To support The Heart Truth, PCE is launching "Get Fit & Give Back." During May, purchase a LifeSpan treadmill, elliptical, exercise bike or vibration trainer and PCE will donate up to $100 to the American Heart Association.
A study reveals a new dimension for a key heart enzyme and sheds light on an important biological pathway involved in cell death in heart disease.
Researchers are looking for postmenopausal Type 2 diabetic women that might be willing to eat a bar of chocolate every day for a year to see if it may reduce heart disease.
Seven in ten patients who have suspected angina are not given appropriate testing and are more likely to suffer from serious heart disease problems as a result.
An experimental drug used to reduce abdominal fat, may also slow the accumulation of plaque in coronary arteries.
Researchers show that methods using non-laboratory-based risk factors predict cardiovascular events as accurately as more costly laboratory-based tests.
Researchers offers hope to women who suffer from a rare and often misunderstood form of heart disease.
Heart disease is the number one killer of American women, affecting more women than the next six causes of death combined. The women of EHE International are donning their red dresses again to educate the public about heart disease.
South Carolinians urged to adopt healthy lifestyle habits that can help reduce the risk for heart disease and stroke.
Patients prone to heart disease may one day be told by physicians to avoid not only fatty foods and smoking but air pollution too.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) death rates are declining, but CVD is still the No. 1 cause of death in the United States, and risk factor control remains a challenge for many, according to the most recent data from the American Heart Association's Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics - 2008 Update.