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High Amounts of Saturated Fats Increase Heart Disease Risk

2016 28 Nov

According to a new study appearing in The BMJ, people who consume high amounts of four major saturated fatty acids — found in red meat, butter, lard, dairy fat and palm oil — may have greater risk of coronary heart disease. While previous studies have shown that individual saturated fatty acids have different effects on blood lipids, not much is known... Read more

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Good Cholesterol Not Always Protective Against Heart Disease

2016 20 Nov

A new study published in Cell Metabolism explains that simply raising high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels may not always provide protection from heart disease. That is because HDL also increases the inflammatory response of macrophages which could counteract its anti-inflammatory effect in various other cell types. See Also: Study: HDL Not Independent... Read more

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22nd World Congress on Heart Disease 2017

2016 13 Nov

The Congress will provide the opportunity for a comprehensive overview of the latest research developments in cardiovascular medicine, primarily in the areas of molecular biology, coronary artery disease, heart failure, cardiac arrhythmias and cardiac surgery.Plans for this CME meeting are progressing extremely well. Many distinguished cardiologists... Read more

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Adults Born with Heart Disease at Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

2016 19 Jul

According to a new study, children born with heart disease have a higher risk of developing Type 2 diabetes after the age of 30. The study is published in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Study findings show that the risk is even higher for those born with a cyanotic congenital heart disease (CHD) condition. The study was conducted with... Read more

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Rate of Decline of Cardiovascular Deaths Slows in US

2016 29 Jun

In a study published online by JAMA Cardiology, Stephen Sidney, M.D., M.P.H., of Kaiser Permanente Northern California, Oakland, and colleagues examined recent national trends in death rates due to all cardiovascular disease (CVD), heart disease (HD), stroke, and cancer, and also evaluated the gap between mortality rates from HD and cancer. With the... Read more

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Heart Disease Patients Less Able to Cope with Mental Stress

2016 07 Jun

Research presented at the British Cardiovascular Society (BCS) Conference in Manchester shows that mental stress puts heart disease patients at an increased risk of a dangerous cardiovascular event such as a heart attack.Observational studies on large populations have linked the acute mental stress caused by earthquakes (2) or the World Cup (3) with... Read more

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Avoidable Heart Attacks in Europe

2016 31 May

According to Prof. Fausto Pinto, President of the European Society of Cardiology, many people in Europe are dying of heart disease, prematurely and unnecessarily. He feels that this is a massive tragedy that could easily be avoided. The results revealed by new mortality data show that a total of 184,000 fatal heart attacks and 94,000 fatal strokes that occurred... Read more

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Loneliness, Isolation Increase Risk of Heart Disease

2016 26 Apr

Loneliness and social isolation are linked to around a 30 per cent increased risk of having a stroke or developing coronary artery disease--the two leading causes of illness and death in high income countries--finds an analysis of the available evidence, published online in the journal Heart. The size of the effect is comparable to that of other recognised risk... Read more

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Digital Mammography Helps Predict Heart Disease

2016 29 Mar

According to findings that will be published in JACC Cardiovascular Imaging, mammography could help predict heart disease in women by detecting signs of calcium in the arteries of the breast. This could help ensure early treatment and provide benefits to younger women. Heart Disease is the cause of 22.4 percent of deaths among women in the US and breast... Read more

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Women's Heart Health Being Ignored

2016 29 Mar

According to a study presented at the American College of Cardiology's 65th Annual Scientific Session, women visiting their doctor are less likely to be advised regarding heart health and are more likely to be told to lose weight. Heart disease strikes women 7-10 years later than men but it is still a leading cause of death. However, the risk of heart... Read more


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