Medical expertise is vital to effective treatment and recovery can take time
- May 30, 2022Source: Eat This, Not That!
Doctors are learning just how different women’s and men’s hearts can be.
- May 18, 2022Source: Kaiser Health News
Nearly 18 months after getting covid-19 and spending weeks in the hospital, Terry Bell struggles with hanging up his shirts and pants after doing the laundry.
- May 11, 2022
Highlights from the 2022 American Heart Association Quality of Care and Outcomes Research (QCOR) Scientific Sessions.
- May 03, 2022Source: MedPage Today
Some factors were sex-specific, highlighting need for targeted interventions, say investigators.
- May 03, 2022Source: AJMC
These investigators wanted to better understand the reasons for the increased risk for acute myocardial infarctions among young women, who have the largest increase in hospitalization for heart attacks.
- May 03, 2022
A new Yale-led study has for the first time identified which risk factors are more likely to trigger a heart attack or acute myocardial infarction (AMI) for men and women 55 years and younger.
- February 15, 2022Source: Yahoo
Sedentary lifestyles increase all causes of mortality and the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
- December 16, 2021Source: TCTMD
Delayed care, ignored symptoms, stress, isolation, and unhealthy habits: cardiologists need a plan to play catch-up on heart health.
- December 14, 2021Source: USA Today
False claims that cold weather is not associated with risk of heart attacks and blood clots are adding to health misinformation circulating on social media.