Cardiology - Eating healthy as a child reduces risk of obesity and heart disease later in life
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 What is Congenital Heart Disease?What is Congenital Heart Disease?
 
Congenital heart disease is used to describe several cardiac defects that may be found at birth and affects proper heart function to varying degrees.
 
   Eating healthy as a child reduces risk of obesity and heart disease later in lifeEating healthy as a child reduces risk of obesity and heart disease later in life
 
Not surprisingly, a new statement from the American Heart Association (AHA) notes that children who eat healthily grow up to be adults with little risk of obesity and heart disease.
 
   Study finds tumor markers can also be indicators of heart failureStudy finds tumor markers can also be indicators of heart failure
 
Heart failure and cancer are conditions with a number of shared characteristics. A new study published in the Journal of Internal Medicine found that in patients with heart failure, several known tumor markers can also be indicators of heart failure severity and progression.
 
 Study: Women less likely to have cardiovascular disease, and die of it, than men
 
Study: Women less likely to have cardiovascular disease, and die of it, than menA huge study of more than 160,000 people in 21 countries has found that women are less likely to have cardiovascular disease, and die of it, than men.
 
 
 Heart failure patients who experience low health literacy have higher risk of death of hospitalization, mortality
 
Heart failure patients who experience low health literacy have higher risk of death of hospitalization, mortalityPatients with heart failure who experience low health literacy are at an increased risk of hospitalization and mortality.
 
 
 Human cardiac organoids for modeling physiological conditions during a heart attack
 
Human cardiac organoids for modeling physiological conditions during a heart attackIn the U.S., someone has a heart attack every 40 seconds, and yet researchers have not had a model that fully mimics what occurs in the human heart after a heart attack.