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Aggressive testing unnecessary for patients who go to ER with chest pain, study suggests

Aggressive testing unnecessary for patients who go to ER with chest pain, study suggests

Study: People with non-O blood types have elevated risk of heart attack during high air pollution periods

Study: People with non-O blood types have elevated risk of heart attack during high air pollution periods

FDA warns consumers about injuries, disfigurement from using illegal injectable silicone

FDA warns consumers about injuries, disfigurement from using illegal injectable silicone

Rapid blood test that spots heart attack risk could improve treatment of people with chest pain

Rapid blood test that spots heart attack risk could improve treatment of people with chest pain

Recommendations to prevent heart failure hospitalizations

Recommendations to prevent heart failure hospitalizations

ORBITA trial on heart stents for stable angina indicates placebo effect potential

ORBITA trial on heart stents for stable angina indicates placebo effect potential

Bulgaria reports outbreaks of bird flu (avian influenza)

Bulgaria reports outbreaks of bird flu (avian influenza)

Stents implanted in the coronary blood vessels may not provide extra benefit

Stents implanted in the coronary blood vessels may not provide extra benefit

Blood levels of thyroid hormone may help identify individuals at risk for irregular heartbeat

Blood levels of thyroid hormone may help identify individuals at risk for irregular heartbeat

Flat-fee primary care helps fill niche for Texas’ uninsured

Flat-fee primary care helps fill niche for Texas’ uninsured

Early discharge strategy for low-risk chest pain patients could lead to potential healthcare savings

Early discharge strategy for low-risk chest pain patients could lead to potential healthcare savings

Two protocols help assess patients with chest pain quickly and safely in emergency departments

Two protocols help assess patients with chest pain quickly and safely in emergency departments

5.4 million Americans age 60 or older are food insecure, shows new report

5.4 million Americans age 60 or older are food insecure, shows new report

Distinguishing biothreat look-alikes could aid biological surveillance

Distinguishing biothreat look-alikes could aid biological surveillance

LGB older adults found to be in poorer health than heterosexuals

LGB older adults found to be in poorer health than heterosexuals

Acid-sensing receptor may have significant relevance to physiological response in panic disorder

Acid-sensing receptor may have significant relevance to physiological response in panic disorder

Hospitals slashed use of two heart drugs after huge price hikes

Hospitals slashed use of two heart drugs after huge price hikes

Negocios Now names Loyola Medicine neurologist among 50 most influential Latinos in Chicago

Negocios Now names Loyola Medicine neurologist among 50 most influential Latinos in Chicago

Roche receives FDA clearance for new Troponin T test to detect patients with suspected heart attack

Roche receives FDA clearance for new Troponin T test to detect patients with suspected heart attack

Important things that women need to know about heart disease

Important things that women need to know about heart disease