Heart Diseases : Health & Medical
Most of us over a certain age realize that if we allow arterial plaque to buildup in our arteries we putting ourselves at serious risk for heart attack or stroke. But yet heart attack and stroke always rank in the top 5 when it comes to causes of death, far outpacing a condition like diabetes and no
If you have cholesterol problems, you should really start eating low cholesterol foods instead of junk foods. No matter how busy you are, if you value your life and would like to enjoy it that much longer, you should take the initiative to start living a healthier lifestyle today. This article gives
Standard anti-clotting treatment with the drug warfarin is safe and beneficial for people aged 80 and over, according to a new report.
Emotional vitality-full of energy, a sense of direction and positive well-being. It's how we want to live. And a recent study from the Harvard School of Public Health shows that emotional vitality may actually protect against the risk of coronary heart disease.
Eat your vegetables, say Finnish researchers after finding a link between certain foods and protection against heart disease.
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One of the most important health issues I stress to my patients is creating, or maintaining, heart health. The best ways to ensure heart health and its all-important job of developing nourishing blood to every part of your body is to prevent plaque buildup and reduced blood flow in arteries. Diet, e
Vital recommendations for cardiovascular disease screening are presented from the AHA Task Force on practice guidelines.
Is there a standard threshold for the use of revascularization in NSTEMI patients with 3VD/LMD?
After nearly 50 years CABG now has the most solid evidence supporting its role in revascularization for stable ischemic heart disease -- in its history.
Is retro the way to go? Get the latest evidence for treating chronic total occlusions percutaneously.