Heart Disease News and Research

Latest Heart Disease News and Research

New online resource helps people diagnosed with depression

New online resource helps people diagnosed with depression

Complaint against Food Standards Agency advertising campaign thrown out by ASA

Complaint against Food Standards Agency advertising campaign thrown out by ASA

President Bush's eyes revealed more uncomfort in the debate than Kerry's

President Bush's eyes revealed more uncomfort in the debate than Kerry's

Groundbreaking research to investigate how work, relationships, family, school life, divorce and lifestyle affect the health and wellbeing of Australian men

Groundbreaking research to investigate how work, relationships, family, school life, divorce and lifestyle affect the health and wellbeing of Australian men

Biomedical engineers receive $11.5 million to study how white blood cells navigate

Biomedical engineers receive $11.5 million to study how white blood cells navigate

New survey reveals continued drug price disparities across the New York State

New survey reveals continued drug price disparities across the New York State

Lifestyle factors that increase the risk of heart disease in adults begin to take hold in childhood

Lifestyle factors that increase the risk of heart disease in adults begin to take hold in childhood

Biomarker called cystatin C predicts which people are less likely to survive a heart attack

Biomarker called cystatin C predicts which people are less likely to survive a heart attack

Evidence for a link between alcohol consumption and heart flutter is conflicting

Evidence for a link between alcohol consumption and heart flutter is conflicting

Study raises important questions about the use of drugs that promote or prevent angiogenesis

Study raises important questions about the use of drugs that promote or prevent angiogenesis

Study increases likelihood that MRI could be used as predictive technology to determine which patients should be placed on statin therapy for atherosclerosis

Study increases likelihood that MRI could be used as predictive technology to determine which patients should be placed on statin therapy for atherosclerosis

Signaling pathway could be a valuable target for future drug therapies against systemic lupus erythematosus

Signaling pathway could be a valuable target for future drug therapies against systemic lupus erythematosus

Low-dose estrogen therapy significantly reduced the progression of fatty buildup in the arteries leading to the heart

Low-dose estrogen therapy significantly reduced the progression of fatty buildup in the arteries leading to the heart

Progestin in hormone therapy could dramatically affect heart attack severity

Progestin in hormone therapy could dramatically affect heart attack severity

Diet high in soy could be good for the hearts and bones of premenopausal women

Diet high in soy could be good for the hearts and bones of premenopausal women

Surgery for extremely obese patients may be more effective for weight reduction

Surgery for extremely obese patients may be more effective for weight reduction

Walking fast after stroke improves rehabilitation

Walking fast after stroke improves rehabilitation

Aspirin might well be considered the top utility player in the medicine cabinet

Aspirin might well be considered the top utility player in the medicine cabinet

Child heart deaths at Bristol fall below national average

Child heart deaths at Bristol fall below national average

Children who have problems breathing during sleep tend to score lower on tests of mental development and intelligence

Children who have problems breathing during sleep tend to score lower on tests of mental development and intelligence