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ACC report helps clinicians optimize appropriate use of noninvasive vascular tests

ACC report helps clinicians optimize appropriate use of noninvasive vascular tests

Diet low in fish, seafood can cause nutrition gap of omega-3 fatty acids in children and adults

Diet low in fish, seafood can cause nutrition gap of omega-3 fatty acids in children and adults

People with cheerful temperaments are less likely to suffer cardiac diseases

People with cheerful temperaments are less likely to suffer cardiac diseases

Cheerful people are less likely to suffer heart attack

Cheerful people are less likely to suffer heart attack

Mount Sinai cardiologist receives AHA/ASA Ron Haddock International Impact Award

Mount Sinai cardiologist receives AHA/ASA Ron Haddock International Impact Award

Stressed people have twice as much risk of heart attack

Stressed people have twice as much risk of heart attack

PET technique detects coronary disease much earlier than other leading imaging methods

PET technique detects coronary disease much earlier than other leading imaging methods

Using stress CMR imaging for patients with acute chest pain is a win-win situation, say doctors

Using stress CMR imaging for patients with acute chest pain is a win-win situation, say doctors

New protocol for reducing the use of SPECT SPI is found to be diagnostically safe

New protocol for reducing the use of SPECT SPI is found to be diagnostically safe

Unavoidable damage to heart and lungs can be limited by using CVD drug

Unavoidable damage to heart and lungs can be limited by using CVD drug

Studies suggest physically demanding work is a risk factor for coronary heart disease

Studies suggest physically demanding work is a risk factor for coronary heart disease

Chelation therapy with drug disodium EDTA reduces risk of heart attack

Chelation therapy with drug disodium EDTA reduces risk of heart attack

Wireless personal health monitoring system can revolutionize U.S. healthcare industry

Wireless personal health monitoring system can revolutionize U.S. healthcare industry

Burnt-out employees have increased risk of heart disease, researcher finds

Burnt-out employees have increased risk of heart disease, researcher finds

GLP1 medications appear to protect diabetic patients from heart failure

GLP1 medications appear to protect diabetic patients from heart failure

Study distinguishes MRI from other techniques to assess myocardial viability

Study distinguishes MRI from other techniques to assess myocardial viability

Viewpoints: GOP's hope to end deficits in 10 years will mean 'dramatic cuts' in entitlements; Mass. health overhaul brings need for more taxes

Viewpoints: GOP's hope to end deficits in 10 years will mean 'dramatic cuts' in entitlements; Mass. health overhaul brings need for more taxes

Study on prevalence of coronary atherosclerosis among U.S. soldiers

Study on prevalence of coronary atherosclerosis among U.S. soldiers

Scientists identify 15 new genetic regions associated with coronary artery disease

Scientists identify 15 new genetic regions associated with coronary artery disease

Researchers to fortify milk with heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids

Researchers to fortify milk with heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids