Moderate choline intake lowers heart disease risk
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 Heart attack diagnosis innovation - from an hour to eight minutesHeart attack diagnosis innovation - from an hour to eight minutes
 
In this Interview, News Med talks to Femke de Theije about heartfelt innovation for emergency care.
 
 
 Moderate choline intake lowers heart disease riskModerate choline intake lowers heart disease risk
 
A recent study from BMC Public Health found that moderate dietary choline intake is associated with a reduced risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) among US adults.
 
   America's looming heart crisis: Study forecasts alarming rise in cardiovascular disease and stroke by 2050America's looming heart crisis: Study forecasts alarming rise in cardiovascular disease and stroke by 2050
 
Researchers predict significant increases in cardiovascular disease and stroke in the U.S. by 2050, with rising disparities among racial and ethnic groups.
 
   New study reveals gut microbiome's critical role in aging and heart diseaseNew study reveals gut microbiome's critical role in aging and heart disease
 
Researchers in China discovered that gut microbiome diversity, influenced by metabolic health and age, significantly impacts cardiovascular disease risk.
 
   Higher amounts of sugar alcohol xylitol associated with increased risk of cardiovascular eventsHigher amounts of sugar alcohol xylitol associated with increased risk of cardiovascular events
 
Cleveland Clinic researchers found higher amounts of the sugar alcohol xylitol are associated with increased risk of cardiovascular events like heart attack and stroke.
 
 Facial temperature can predict heart disease with higher accuracy than current methods
 
Facial temperature can predict heart disease with higher accuracy than current methodsResearchers found that facial infrared thermography can predict coronary artery disease more accurately than traditional pretest probability tools, using deep-learning algorithms to analyze temperature patterns.
 
 
 Pregnancy-adapted Mediterranean diet improves maternal health, study finds
 
Pregnancy-adapted Mediterranean diet improves maternal health, study findsA recent study in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition validated the 17-item pregnancy-adapted Mediterranean diet score (preg-MEDAS) and found it improved maternal cardiometabolic health without significantly affecting neonatal outcomes.
 
 
 Heavy cannabis use increases the risk of cardiovascular disease for women, study finds
 
Heavy cannabis use increases the risk of cardiovascular disease for women, study findsWhether cannabis use is linked to mortality.
 
 
 U.S. cardiovascular disease costs set to skyrocket by 2050, new study reveals
 
U.S. cardiovascular disease costs set to skyrocket by 2050, new study revealsNew research forecasts that the economic burden of cardiovascular disease and stroke in the U.S. will nearly quadruple by 2050, highlighting the urgent need for preventive measures.
 
 
 Novel insights into the underlying, contributing, and direct causes of death in Australia
 
Novel insights into the underlying, contributing, and direct causes of death in AustraliaCoronary heart disease (CHD) was involved in 1 in 5 deaths in 2022 when using all of the information included on the medical death certificate, according to a new Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) release revealing what Australians are most likely to die from.
 
 
 Mediterranean dietary adherence can reduce mortality risk in women
 
Mediterranean dietary adherence can reduce mortality risk in womenThe association between Mediterranean diet adherence and any-cause mortality risk.
 
 
 Energy drink intake linked to sudden cardiac events in patients with heart genetic disorders
 
Energy drink intake linked to sudden cardiac events in patients with heart genetic disordersAssociations between energy drink consumption and the risk of cardiac events among patients with genetic heart diseases.
 
 
 Facial thermal imaging and AI combo shows promise for heart disease detection
 
Facial thermal imaging and AI combo shows promise for heart disease detectionA combination of facial thermal imaging and artificial intelligence (AI) can accurately predict the presence of coronary artery disease, finds research published in the open access journal BMJ Health & Care Informatics.
 
 
 Studies underscore the relationship between narcolepsy and cardiovascular disease
 
Studies underscore the relationship between narcolepsy and cardiovascular diseaseTwo new studies to be presented at the SLEEP 2024 annual meeting show that narcolepsy is an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease and adverse cardiac events.
 
 
 Aircraft noise exposure linked to higher obesity risk in women
 
Aircraft noise exposure linked to higher obesity risk in womenThe associations between aircraft noise and obesity among female nurses living near 90 United States (US) airports.
 
 
 Overweight, obesity in adolescence and early adulthood linked to increased stroke risk in women
 
Overweight, obesity in adolescence and early adulthood linked to increased stroke risk in womenIn an analysis of more than 50 years of health data, women who had overweight or obesity at age 14 or 31 were more likely to have an ischemic (clot-caused) stroke before age 55, according to research published today in Stroke, the peer-reviewed scientific journal of the American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association.
 
 
 Study reveals a key step to help the heart regenerate after myocardial infarction
 
Study reveals a key step to help the heart regenerate after myocardial infarctionA new study by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), a founding member of the Mass General Brigham (MGB) healthcare system, reveals an important step to help the human heart regenerate after myocardial infarction (MI).
 
 
 Vigorous exercise linked to lower dementia risk in hypertensive individuals
 
Vigorous exercise linked to lower dementia risk in hypertensive individualsThe effect of vigorous physical activity (VPA) on the risk of incident mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and probable dementia.
 
 
 Study reveals mechanism behind brain's response to oxygen deprivation and memory loss
 
Study reveals mechanism behind brain's response to oxygen deprivation and memory lossWhen we learn something new, our brain cells (neurons) communicate with each other through electrical and chemical signals.