Cardiovascular Disease: Information, News and Research Document List
Although some of these documents from our Cardiovascular category may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted below by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created.
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List of Cardiovascular Publications:
U.S. nationwide survey provides insights into knowledge gaps, limited physician guidance and gender disparities, when it comes to heart disease.
Research presented showed people with lots of deep forehead wrinkles, more than is typical for their age, may have higher risk of dying of cardiovascular disease (CVD).
Research shows staying awake all night and sleeping all day for just a few days can disrupt levels and time of day patterns of more than 100 proteins in the blood.
A high-fat milkshake with fat and calorie content similar to some enticing restaurant fare, transforms healthy red blood cells into small, spiky cells that wreak havoc inside blood vessels and sets the stage for cardiovascular disease.
Unique role of gender is featured in Circulation journal Go Red For Women issue focused on female heart health .
Research reveals people with non-O blood groups (A, B, AB) at higher risk for heart attacks and overall cardiovascular mortality.
Study assessed prevalence of grey hair in patients with coronary artery disease and whether it was an independent risk marker of disease.
Understanding how the first blood cells are formed and how numbers and types of blood cells is regulated in development.
While drinking wine in moderation can be good for your health, new research indicates drinking beer may also have health benefits.
Patients suffering severe heart attacks have become younger, more obese and more likely to have preventable risk factors such as smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
New study suggests men who engaged in frequent sauna use had reduced risks of fatal cardiovascular events and all-cause mortality.
Information and general overview regarding Aortic Aneurysms that includes types, diagnoses, causes, symptoms and treatment methods.
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center research shows need for new approaches to treatment of hypertension or high blood pressure.
New guidelines suggest for adults over 60 keeping systolic blood pressure at 150 or less is adequate.
Heart disease a leading cause of death for women yet they are more likely than men to dismiss pain and delay seeking medical help.
Study finds use of statins in senior males is associated with less physical activity.
Article provides information on the electrocardiogram exam and the reasons an EKG may be requested and performed.
Information, causes and affects of low blood pressure or Hypotension when systolic blood pressure is less than 90 mm Hg or diastolic less than 60 mm Hg.
Alternative approach could help people with blood pressure levels higher than 120/80 mm Hg and those who do not respond well to standard medications.
Eating too much salt contributed to 2.3m deaths from heart attacks, strokes and other heart-related diseases throughout the world in 2010.
A heart murmur is a sound that may be heard through a stethoscope and is created when blood passes through specific areas of the heart.
Information on Postural Orthostatic Tachyardia Syndrome (POTS) excessive heart rate increments upon upright posture.
Researchers report no significant difference in high versus low dose aspirin in preventing recurring cardiovascular events.
New study on peripheral arterial disease reveals quality of care and cost depend on who is providing the treatment.
Investigational ABSORB bio-resorbable vascular scaffold is an innovative therapy that restores blood flow by opening a clogged vessel and providing support to the vessel while it heals.
Article warns shoveling snow can cause heart attacks especially for males with a family history of premature cardiovascular disease.
A regular pulse check can save you from death disability and poor health arising from heart rhythm disorders.
Enzyme molecule discovered that may prevent fatal cardiac disorders associated with cardiac hypertrophy the leading cause of sudden cardiac death in young athletes.
Today coronary artery disease (CAD) is the leading cause of death in women in the United States.
Diet and lifestyle changes substituting healthy fats for unhealthy saturated and trans fats and engaging in regular physical activity and losing excess weight can reduce triglycerides.
Patients who have suffered a mini stroke are at twice the risk of heart attack than the general population.
For people with diabetes breathing ultra-fine particles can activate cells in the blood that normally reduce bleeding from a wound and can contribute to cardiovascular disease.
Women with PAD lose ability to walk short distances and climb stairs sooner than men.
Difference in reduction in heart disease events between the trials with the lowest aspirin use.
The skyrocketing financial burden makes it urgent to implement effective strategies to prevent heart disease and stroke.
Cardiovascular drug costs in Canada increased by more than 200% from 1996 to 2006.
Sepsis Nexus of Expertise states that patients arriving at the intensive care ward with blood poisoning only have a 50% chance of surviving.
Research on reducing risks improving medical treatment and lifestyle behaviors to fight heart disease and stroke.
The U.S. death rate from congenital heart defects dropped 24 percent from 1999 to 2006 among children and adults.
Study suggests physicians wait longer for brain recovery after hypothermia Rx in cardiac arrest.
Many patients having heart attacks still wait more than 2 hours to go to the hospital.
Common causes of heart palpitations that feel like a racing fluttering heart including symptoms diagnosis and treatment.
A better way to predict heart attacks with evidence that heart scans can help flag high-risk heart patients.
Popular antidepressants may have beneficial side effects for cardiovascular health.
Women who eat foods with high glycemic index may be at greater risk for heart disease.
Giant cell arteritis (GCA) involves certain arteries in a persons body that become inflamed.
Patients with heart muscles seriously affected by coronary heart disease may soon be able to benefit from an innovative treatment.
Study from CWRU Nursing School finds a year after cardiac event only 37 percent still exercising.
Coffee associated with reduced risk of hospitalization for heart rhythm disturbances.
Uncovering genetic factors that contribute to underlying functional disturbance that results in atrial fibrillation.
exercise is the single best therapy for Peripheral Artery Disease.
Eating high amounts of salt is linked to a significantly higher risk of strokes and cardiovascular disease.
Researchers recommend that people over age 40 be screened for peripheral artery disease.
Study establishes that women do have same the heart attack symptoms as men.
Growing a living heart patch to repair heart tissue damaged by disease.
National survey results released in conjunction with launch of Family at Heart education campaign.
Congenital heart disease (CHD) is a heart disease that is present in the person when they are born.
Rheumatic heart disease is a condition involving permanent damage to a persons heart caused by rheumatic fever.
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a common form of circulatory problem involving a narrowing of the arteries, which reduces the flow of blood to the limbs.
Coronary Artery Disease develops over time through a combination of calcium fatty materials and scar tissue which build up in the arteries.
Patients with heart failure and their families can recognize the symptoms of acute heart failure.
Artificial heart pacemakers have saved and extended lives but they have shortcomings, such as fixed pulse rate and limited life, could a permanent biological solution be possible.
Patients with CPVT experience abnormally rapid heart rates tachycardia usually during exercise or stress and are at risk for fainting and cardiac arrest.
Drug-eluting stents were safe and superior to bare metal stents in preventing death and heart attacks.
New research suggests common anti-seizure medications may increase risk of cardiovascular problems.
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