A study recently published in The Lancet details how the warning symptoms of cardiac arrest are sex specific.
- August 08, 2023
A recent study found extreme temperatures and higher air pollution levels increased the risk of heart attack, especially for women and older adults. Women's Health Research at Yale helps with this headline.
- February 05, 2023
February is American Heart Month, an opportunity for all people to focus on their heart health. With education and healthy lifestyle changes, the risk of cardiovascular disease can be reduced. Here are answers to four timely heart health questions.
- January 10, 2022
A study published Jan. 18, 2022, in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology found that the overall and cause-specific risks of death were lower in women and men consuming higher levels of olive oil as opposed to butter, margarine, mayonnaise, and dairy fat. WHRY helps understand this headline.
- November 08, 2021
A study published Nov. 9, 2021, in the European Heart Journal found that risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) was lower for people who went to sleep between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. than people who went to sleep earlier or later. This relationship between lower CVD risk and timing of sleep was greater for women than men. WHRY helps with this headline.
- February 25, 2021
A study published February 15, 2021 in Circulation found that risk of cardiovascular disease began at lower levels of systolic blood pressure for women than for men. WHRY helps with this headline.
- January 24, 2021
A scientific statement published by the American Heart Association in the journal Circulation on Jan. 25, 2021 confirmed that research shows a clear association between mental health and heart health and that interventions to improve psychological health can improve heart health. WHRY helps with this headline.
- January 11, 2021
A study published January 12, 2021 in PLOS Medicine found that there are no limits to the amount of exercise when it comes to producing heart health benefits and that the highest levels of exercise produced the lowest risks for cardiovascular disease. WHRY helps with this headline.
- July 27, 2020
A pair of studies published July 27, 2020 in JAMA Cardiology found evidence of how the virus that causes COVID-19 might affect the heart. WHRY helps with this headline.
- June 23, 2020
A study published June 23, 2020 in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology found an association between the severity of hot flashes and night sweats in women and an increased risk of cardiovascular events. WHRY helps with this headline.