Cardiology - High cardiometabolic disease costs in the U.S. could be linked to suboptimal diet
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 Short chain fatty acid supplementation improves stroke recovery, mice study showsShort chain fatty acid supplementation improves stroke recovery, mice study shows
 
Supplementing the body’s short chain fatty acids can improve stroke recovery, according to research in mice recently published in JNeurosci. Short chain fatty acid supplementation may be a non-invasive addition to stroke rehabilitation therapies.
 
   High cardiometabolic disease costs in the U.S. could be linked to suboptimal dietHigh cardiometabolic disease costs in the U.S. could be linked to suboptimal diet
 
Approximately $50 billion dollars of the annual healthcare cost of cardiometabolic disease in the US population could be associated with poor diet, according to a research article published this week in the open access journal PLOS Medicine.
 
   Study identifies genetic variation linked to heart failure risk in people of African, Latino ancestryStudy identifies genetic variation linked to heart failure risk in people of African, Latino ancestry
 
A genetic variation believed to increase risk for heart failure in people of African or Latino ancestry has been identified in a new study by researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
 
 Paramedic breathing tube insertion on first attempt could save lives of cardiac arrest patients
 
Paramedic breathing tube insertion on first attempt could save lives of cardiac arrest patientsA newer breathing tube could save the lives of more than 10,000 sudden cardiac arrest patients a year for a simple reason: it's easier than standard intubation to insert on the first try, according to researchers from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
 
 
 Red hot chili peppers could help stave off heart disease
 
Red hot chili peppers could help stave off heart diseaseA new study has revealed that a diet that includes chillies could help lower the risk of heart disease. The study was published in the latest issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology this week.
 
 
 Traffic-related pollution increases a pregnant woman’s risk for hypertension
 
Traffic-related pollution increases a pregnant woman’s risk for hypertensionA new report published by the National Toxicology Program (NTP) indicates that air pollution derived from traffic could make a pregnant woman more likely to develop hypertension than otherwise. The study is based on an analysis of the association between traffic-related air pollution, or TRAP, with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.
 
 
 Review reveals difference in heart disease between men and women
 
Review reveals difference in heart disease between men and womenMore women than men die of heart failure. The reason is that only 50 per cent of the heart failure cases among women are caused by having a heart attack, which can be treated with modern methods.
 
 
 Heart-healthy diet is low in cholesterol, says AHA yet again
 
Heart-healthy diet is low in cholesterol, says AHA yet againA news release from the American Health Association (AHA) in the form of a Scientific Advisory, published in the journal Circulation on December 16, 2019, reiterates that replacing saturated fat with polyunsaturated fats is an effective way to keep the arteries healthy by lowering the levels of artery-clogging cholesterol (LDL) in blood.