Heart Disease

Heart Disease
Scientists Explain Stress and Heart Attack Link
Scientists Explain Stress and Heart Attack Link WebMD Health News By Peter Russell Reviewed by Rob Hicks, MD More from WebMD Hormone Heart Risk in Younger Postmenopausal Women Arm Test...
Household Chemical PFOA Linked to Heart Disease
Household Chemical Linked to Heart Disease WebMD Health News By Kathleen Doheny Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Scientists Explain Stress and Heart Attack Link Hormone Heart Risk...
Rosie O'Donnell's Heart Attack: Know Your Symptoms
Rosie O'Donnell's Heart Attack: Know Your Symptoms Taking Aspirin a Good Step, but She Should Have Called 911, Expert Says WebMD Health News By Kathleen Doheny Reviewed by Louise Chang,...
Flu Vaccines May Protect the Heart Too
Flu Vaccines May Protect the Heart Too WebMD Health News By Brenda Goodman, MA Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Doctors, Patients Rely on Antibiotics Kids' Tamiflu Still...
Saturated Fats: Bad, Not So Bad?
Dietary Fats Q&A Saturated Fats Not So Bad? Not So Fast, Critics of New Analysis Say WebMD Health News By Kathleen Doheny Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD More from WebMD...
Hardening of the Arteries Found in Ancient Mummies
Hardening of the Arteries Found in Ancient Mummies Medscape Medical News By Michael O'Riordan More from WebMD Scientists Explain Stress and Heart Attack Link Hormone Heart Risk in Younger Postmenopausal...
More Women Aware of Their Risk for Heart Disease
More Women Aware of Their Risk for Heart Disease Medscape Medical News By Shelley Wood More from WebMD Scientists Explain Stress and Heart Attack Link Hormone Heart Risk in Younger...
Vegetarian Diet May Cut Heart Disease Risk
Vegetarian Diet May Cut Heart Disease Risk WebMD Health News By Peter Russell Reviewed by Rob Hicks, MD More from WebMD Scientists Explain Stress and Heart Attack Link Hormone Heart...
Heart Problems Tied to Early Signs of Dementia
Heart Problems Tied to Early Signs of Dementia WebMD Health News By Brenda Goodman, MA Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD More from WebMD Scientists Explain Stress and Heart Attack...
Healthy Diet Helps Damaged Hearts
Healthy Diet Helps Damaged Hearts WebMD Health News By Jennifer Warner Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Scientists Explain Stress and Heart Attack Link Hormone Heart Risk in...
Transcendental Meditation May Lower Heart Risk
Transcendental Meditation May Lower Heart Risk WebMD Health News By Matt McMillen Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Scientists Explain Stress and Heart Attack Link Hormone Heart Risk...
What to Do Now to Lower Heart Disease Risk Later
What to Do Now to Lower Heart Disease Risk Later WebMD Health News By Charlene Laino Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD Scientists Explain Stress and Heart Attack...
Higher BPA Levels, More Heart Disease?
Higher BPA Levels, More Heart Disease? Researchers Find Higher BPA Levels Linked With Narrower Arteries; Industry Says Study Proves Nothing WebMD Health News By Kathleen Doheny Reviewed by Louise Chang,...
Blood Type May Impact Heart Risk
Blood Type May Impact Heart Risk Type O Appears Protective; Type AB Linked to Increased Risk WebMD Health News By Salynn Boyles Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD More from WebMD...
Blood Vessels Made From Liposuction Fat
Blood Vessels Made From Liposuction Fat Stem Cells From Fat Used to Make Blood Vessels to Repair Damaged Hearts WebMD Health News By Jennifer Warner Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD...
Heart Birth Defects May Have Lasting Effect
Heart Birth Defects May Have Lasting Effect Children Born With Heart Defects Need Early Screening for Developmental Disorders WebMD Health News By Jennifer Warner Reviewed by Hansa D. Bhargava, MD...
Cardiac Arrest Risk Low in Marathons, Study Finds
When a runner dies during a marathon because their heart stops, it's big news -- and can be scary to the 2 million runners who participate in U.S. long-distance events each year.
4 Simple Steps to a Healthy Heart
Having a healthy heart may be as easy as four simple steps: don't smoke, lose weight, exercise regularly, and eat vegetables.
U.S. Heart Health: Lots of Room for Improvement
The American Heart Association has just issued America's annual heart health report card. While there is good news, much of it is overshadowed by bad news, and we definitely have room for improvement.
Study Finds Benefits in Selective Use of Drug-Coated Stents
Cardiologists can save the health care system hundreds of millions of dollars annually without increasing patients’ risk of heart attack or death by using drug-eluting stents selectively, according to a study published today in the journal Circulation.
Fat Around Heart May Be Linked to Clogged Arteries
Fat packed around the heart may predict narrowed arteries, even in people who have don't have symptoms of heart disease, a new study shows.
Is Calcium Test the Best Way to Check Heart Risk?
An imaging test that identifies calcium in the coronary arteries of the heart is a more accurate indicator of heart attack risk in seemingly healthy people than a widely used test that measures inflammation, a new study shows.
Quicker Angioplasty Times for Heart Attack Patients
More than 90% of patients who have a heart attack and need an emergency treatment to open the artery now have it within the recommended 90 minutes after they get to the hospital, new research finds.
FDA Warns of Celexa Heart Risk
FDA: The antidepressant Celexa should be taken at doses no higher than 40 milligrams per day because of the risk of potentially fatal changes to the heart's electrical activity.
Chocolate Good for the Heart
Chocoholics have reason to celebrate today: A large new study helps confirm that chocolate may be good for the heart and brain.
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