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AHA News: Reversing Prediabetes Linked to Fewer Heart Attacks, Strokes

TUESDAY, Jan. 26, 2021 (American Heart Association News) -- People who reverse their prediabetes may lower the risk of heart attack, stroke and death, a new study suggests. With prediabetes, a person has blood sugar levels that are higher than normal but lower than the threshold for a...

Top in cardiology: Vericiguat approval, air pollution and MI risk

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Women at higher risk for HF hospitalization after acute MI vs. men

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AHA News: The Head Is Connected to the Heart – and Can Influence Health

MONDAY, Jan. 25, 2021 (American Heart Association News) --A growing body of research shows good mental health can improve heart health and reduce cardiovascular risks, while poor mental health can increase the risk of heart disease, according to a new scientific report. Because of the clear link emerging...

AHA: Cardiac clinicians should consider mental health in CVD management

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Pharmacology Review of Dental Patients’ Cholesterol Medications

© Sherry Young / Adobe Stock Cholesterol can be controlled by diet, weight management, exercise, and lifestyle, although in some cases, medications may be required. Medications are confusing to dental patients − multiple names and pronunciations, and the spelling is a nightmare. Patients are often unsure what medications...

Heart disease risk associated with eating fried foods

Eating fried food is linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular eventsThe risk increases with each additional 4-ounce weekly servingCompared with those who ate the least fried food, those who ate the most had a 37% increased risk of heart failureA recent meta-analysis has found that eating fried...

Men, Make Health Your Goal This Year

SUNDAY, Jan. 24, 2021 -- The new year is the ideal time to focus on your health and one expert has some tips, especially for men, for doing that. According to Dr. Kevin McVary, director of Loyola Medicine Men's Health Center, in Maywood, Ill., "Men don't always focus...

It is not possible to be fat and healthy, say Spanish scientists

IT’S impossible to be ‘fat and fit’ and even if you are slightly overweight you are unhealthy, a new study has found. Researchers in Spain found that the risk of heart attacks and strokes go up as a person’s body mass index (BMI) increases. And while scientists agreed that exercise...

Natural antioxidants can keep heart, cancer diseases at bay

New Delhi, January 24 If you want to keep your immune system strong for fighting cardiovascular diseases or cancer, start taking natural antioxidants as health experts on Sunday stressed that it helps in improving overall health by providing many other health benefits. According to experts, antioxidants are substances...

Diabetes powerfully associated with premature coronary heart disease in women

While deaths related to heart disease have declined among older people, studies suggest that death rates among younger patients have remained stagnant or increased slightly. To understand what factors put younger individuals at higher risk of premature coronary heart disease (CHD), researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital and...
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