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Financial Toxicity With CVD Higher Than Cancer

2021 29 Jun

  Cancer and cardiovascular disease are the two leading causes of mortality. They are also leading contributors to increasing healthcare costs for both healthcare systems and patients.   Financial toxicity is a well-known side effect of the high costs associated with cancer care. However, in recent years, clinical studies have suggested that... Read more

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Are You Really Eating What You Post?

2021 18 May

In the world of social media, sharing recipes and pictures of healthy food has become quite the trend. However, what users usually post and what they actually cook may be two different things, according to findings from a recent study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research.   The study analysed hundreds of Pinterest users and influences... Read more

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Clinical Importance and Biochemical Role of iMg in Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, and COVID-19

2021 06 May

Speakers K. Kisters, MD Med Clinic I, St. Anna Hospital, ESH Excellence Centre Herne, Germany Taylor Wallace, PhD Think Healthy Group, Washington, DC, USA; Department of Nutrition and Food Studies, George Mason University, Find Nova Biomedical On Social Media   Read more

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Who Has Higher Risk of CVD Incidence and Mortality?

2021 30 Mar

Cardiovascular disease continues to be a leading cause of death worldwide. There are several contributing factors to the development of cardiovascular disease. However, a poor diet is one of the most highlighted and most discussed factors. Poor diet is a modifiable risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Nearly 10 million deaths from cardiovascular... Read more

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New Cardiovascular Horizons Conference - NCVH 2021

2021 01 Jun

HYBRID EVENT Find NCVH On Social Media Read more

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Worrying Health Decline in Gen X and Gen Y

2021 23 Mar

A new national study shows that Generations X and Y show a worrying decline in health compared to their parents and grandparents when they were the same age. The results are published in the  American Journal of Epidemiology . Researchers found that, compared to previous generations, members of Generation X and Generation Y showed poorer physical... Read more

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Noise Hurts the Heart

2021 02 Mar

Exposure to loud noise has long been linked to hearing loss. But noise can take a toll beyond the ears. Traffic noise, in particular, has been proven to be a physiological stressor. It is classified as the second-worst environmental stressor affecting human health. There is also significant research to show that air and road traffic noise increase... Read more

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New Wireless Device Can Help Combat Obesity

2021 20 Jan

Researchers from Texas A&M University have developed a medical device that could help with weight loss and that requires a simple operative procedure for implantation. This could be an alternative option for people who struggle with obesity or have serious health-related issues because of their weight.  Gastric bypass surgery is usually the last... Read more

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Cardiovascular Realities 2020: Time to Act Now

2020 30 Nov

Cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of mortality in Europe, and World Health Organization (WHO) heart disease goals will not be achieved by 2025 unless urgent action is taken, according to the finding of a European Society of Cardiology (ESC) report. " Cardiovascular Realities 2020 " is a compendium of the latest statistics on cardiovascular... Read more

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A Spoonful of Honey..... or Not?

2020 16 Nov

Honey is a commonly used ingredient in recipes and holiday desserts. Marketers often tout honey as a healthy alternative to sugar because it has antioxidant content. However, health experts advise against adding any extra sugar to your diet, including honey.  Regardless of the source of sugar, it is recommended that people keep their intake of... Read more