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Apple body shape linked to higher heart risk than pear-shape in diabetics

Apple body shape linked to higher heart risk than pear-shape in diabetics

Specific gene mutation may significantly reduce risk of heart attack

Specific gene mutation may significantly reduce risk of heart attack

Genetic errors may reduce heart attack risk, study finds

Genetic errors may reduce heart attack risk, study finds

New classification of coronary congenital diseases helps surgeons identify secondary defects

New classification of coronary congenital diseases helps surgeons identify secondary defects

QT Vascular reports initial results from first-in-human study of Chocolate Heart drug-coated balloon

QT Vascular reports initial results from first-in-human study of Chocolate Heart drug-coated balloon

Medinol announces completion of enrollment in BIONICS trial to evaluate effectiveness of eDES

Medinol announces completion of enrollment in BIONICS trial to evaluate effectiveness of eDES

Prasugrel linked to high-bleeding-risk in patients with stable coronary artery disease

Prasugrel linked to high-bleeding-risk in patients with stable coronary artery disease

Philips to showcase latest cardiology solutions at ESC Congress 2015

Philips to showcase latest cardiology solutions at ESC Congress 2015

Researchers pinpoint two biomarkers elevated in severe form of coronary disease

Researchers pinpoint two biomarkers elevated in severe form of coronary disease

Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology to publish paper on eGFR and albuminuria for prediction of cardiovascular outcomes

Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology to publish paper on eGFR and albuminuria for prediction of cardiovascular outcomes

Study finds botulinum toxin injections in epicardial fat pads reduce AF risk immediately following surgery and after one year of follow-up

Study finds botulinum toxin injections in epicardial fat pads reduce AF risk immediately following surgery and after one year of follow-up

Survey: 52% of acute coronary syndrome patients don't take their prescribed OAP therapy

Survey: 52% of acute coronary syndrome patients don't take their prescribed OAP therapy

Study: Adding peanuts to a high fat meal improves vascular function

Study: Adding peanuts to a high fat meal improves vascular function

Study compares effectiveness of CT scan and traditional stress test in patients with chest pain

Study compares effectiveness of CT scan and traditional stress test in patients with chest pain

New study shows who benefits most from statin therapy

New study shows who benefits most from statin therapy

Physicians in subspecialties report increased satisfaction with concierge medicine model

Physicians in subspecialties report increased satisfaction with concierge medicine model

CHOP presents new findings on pediatric cardiovascular disease at AHA Scientific Sessions

CHOP presents new findings on pediatric cardiovascular disease at AHA Scientific Sessions

ASAHI INTECC, Boston Scientific to develop new, differentiated FFR wire

ASAHI INTECC, Boston Scientific to develop new, differentiated FFR wire

Heart problems less likely for spouses than for single people

Heart problems less likely for spouses than for single people

Lower levels of vitamin D predict extent of coronary artery disease

Lower levels of vitamin D predict extent of coronary artery disease