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Study provides the first extensive genetic and phenotype landscape of peripartum cardiomyopathy

Study provides the first extensive genetic and phenotype landscape of peripartum cardiomyopathy

Study shows link between disturbed sleep and increased risk of cardiovascular death in women

Study shows link between disturbed sleep and increased risk of cardiovascular death in women

Integrating social determinants of health in blood pressure management can improve patient outcomes

Integrating social determinants of health in blood pressure management can improve patient outcomes

Increasing activity levels may reduce the likelihood of heart attacks and strokes

Increasing activity levels may reduce the likelihood of heart attacks and strokes

Shift working hours out of sync with body clock linked to greater cardiovascular risk

Shift working hours out of sync with body clock linked to greater cardiovascular risk

Greater intake of red and processed meat associated with worse heart function, finds study

Greater intake of red and processed meat associated with worse heart function, finds study

Abbott’s XIENCE™ Stent Receives European Approval for One-Month Dual Anti-Platelet Therapy (DAPT) for High Bleeding Risk Patients

Abbott’s XIENCE™ Stent Receives European Approval for One-Month Dual Anti-Platelet Therapy (DAPT) for High Bleeding Risk Patients

Researchers discover a new way to prevent brain nerve cells from deteriorating after injury

Researchers discover a new way to prevent brain nerve cells from deteriorating after injury

New research could change how doctors treat some patients with high blood pressure

New research could change how doctors treat some patients with high blood pressure

Experts review new studies  on cardiovascular effects of cigarette smoking versus electronic cigarettes

Experts review new studies on cardiovascular effects of cigarette smoking versus electronic cigarettes

Overuse can contribute to high rate of arm injuries among youth players

Overuse can contribute to high rate of arm injuries among youth players

Early cardiac events pose major and different risks in close relatives, finds study

Early cardiac events pose major and different risks in close relatives, finds study

UHN performed first double-lung transplant after COVID-19 in Canada

UHN performed first double-lung transplant after COVID-19 in Canada

Racial diversity and poverty may influence heart-failure morbidity and mortality

Racial diversity and poverty may influence heart-failure morbidity and mortality

Manufacturing workers more susceptible for developing carpal tunnel syndrome

Manufacturing workers more susceptible for developing carpal tunnel syndrome

Hopkins Medicine endocrinologist publishes first clinical practice review on diabetes management

Hopkins Medicine endocrinologist publishes first clinical practice review on diabetes management

Expert calls for swift action to avoid chronic health conditions caused by COVID-19

Expert calls for swift action to avoid chronic health conditions caused by COVID-19

Research points to 'digital shifts' in cardiovascular care amid COVID-19 pandemic

Research points to 'digital shifts' in cardiovascular care amid COVID-19 pandemic

What Covid means for the athlete’s heart

What Covid means for the athlete’s heart

Accounting for social risk factors can have meaningful impact on healthcare quality measures

Accounting for social risk factors can have meaningful impact on healthcare quality measures