Cardiology News and Research

Latest Cardiology News and Research

Heart pump improves quality of life in congestive heart failure patients

Heart pump improves quality of life in congestive heart failure patients

A quarter of all adults aged over 40 could develop an irregular heartbeat

A quarter of all adults aged over 40 could develop an irregular heartbeat

FDA clears device to remove blood clots from the brain in patients experiencing an ischemic stroke

FDA clears device to remove blood clots from the brain in patients experiencing an ischemic stroke

One of the largest causes of death and disability worldwide

One of the largest causes of death and disability worldwide

Drug-eluting stents (DES), increasingly used in coronary angioplasty, have benefits over bare-metal stents

Drug-eluting stents (DES), increasingly used in coronary angioplasty, have benefits over bare-metal stents

Good health goes beyond diet, exercise and stress

Good health goes beyond diet, exercise and stress

Benefits from short-term hormone therapy are likely to outweigh the risks

Benefits from short-term hormone therapy are likely to outweigh the risks

Wyeth wins four combined diet drug cases

Wyeth wins four combined diet drug cases

Stroke research lags far behind funding for other major causes of death in Europe

Stroke research lags far behind funding for other major causes of death in Europe

CPR and rapid defibrillation is best for cardiac arrest outside of a hospital

CPR and rapid defibrillation is best for cardiac arrest outside of a hospital

Ways to economically recover recombinant proteins from transgenic tobacco

Ways to economically recover recombinant proteins from transgenic tobacco

Finnish company discovers over 200 new genes

Finnish company discovers over 200 new genes

Red wine is much better for you than gin

Red wine is much better for you than gin

Thyroid expert concerned about recently approved generic levothyroxine preparations

Thyroid expert concerned about recently approved generic levothyroxine preparations

Patients at low risk of dying after coronary artery bypass graft surgery fare better with high-volume surgeons

Patients at low risk of dying after coronary artery bypass graft surgery fare better with high-volume surgeons

Structural microvascular changes, visible in the eye, may precede development of severe hypertension

Structural microvascular changes, visible in the eye, may precede development of severe hypertension

Drug interactions between prescription medication and herbal supplements can be extremely dangerous

Drug interactions between prescription medication and herbal supplements can be extremely dangerous

Scientists identify compounds that mimic calorie restriction

Scientists identify compounds that mimic calorie restriction

Survey shows Irish happy with smoke free pubs

Survey shows Irish happy with smoke free pubs

American Indians and Alaska Natives are 2.3 times as likely to have diabetes as non-Hispanic whites of similar age

American Indians and Alaska Natives are 2.3 times as likely to have diabetes as non-Hispanic whites of similar age

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