Heart Disease

High Coffee Consumption Linked to Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Disease – Technology Networks

  Long black, espresso, or latte, whatever your coffee…

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What are the symptoms of heart disease for your pets? – NW Evening Mail

OUR pets hold a special place in our hearts, providing comfort, joy and companionship during…

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Heart health: Questions that are getting to the heart of the matter – The Northern Echo

  This week I have chosen two…

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Coffee Consumption Reduces Incident Heart Failure Risk, New Research Suggests – Sci-News

Higher intake of caffeinated coffee was found to be associated with reduced risk of heart failure in three large, well-known heart disease studies:…

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Immune therapies for heart disease aim of international research network – Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

YONGJIAN LIU, ROBERT GROPLER AND KORY LAVINEInflammatory cells are visible as…

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Pioneering Artificial Intelligence technology helping to detect heart disease faster at Hartlepool’s hospital trust – Hartlepool Mail

The HeartFlow Analysis uses a form of artificial intelligence to diagnose coronary…

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Drinking, smoking, and drug use may increase risk of premature heart disease in young people – News-Medical.Net

Recreational drinking, smoking, and drug use is linked to premature heart disease in young people,…

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Mid-life cardiovascular disease prevention may protect against later dementia – EurekAlert

  Employing cardiovascular disease prevention strategies in mid-life may delay or stop the brain alterations that…

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Which foods may help protect against heart failure? – Medical News Today

  Eating foods for a healthy heart involves keeping to a nutrient-rich…

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Instant death from heart attack more common in people who do not exercise – European Society of Cardiology

  An active lifestyle is linked with a…

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Program led by health coaches at primary care clinics helped reduce heart risk – American Heart Association

Participants in a two-year, lifestyle intervention/weight-loss program provided through health coaches at their primary care…

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Daily Coffee Tied to Lower Risk for Heart Failure – WebMD

Fill up that mug: Having one or more cups of caffeinated coffee a day may…

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Coffee lovers, rejoice! Drinking more coffee associated with decreased heart failure risk – American Heart Association

Dietary information from three large, well-known heart disease studies suggests drinking one or more cups…

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Uncovering a link between inflammation and heart disease – Tufts University

With a better understanding of how T cells are activated in heart…

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Green Tea, Coffee May Help You Avoid a 2nd Heart Attack – WebMD

If you have had a heart attack and a stroke, you might want to stock…

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Can a Wellness App Help People With Heart Failure? – WebMD

  If you’re living with heart failure or helping…

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What to know about the link between mental health and heart disease – ABC News

A connection between mental health and heart health has been confirmed by the American Heart…

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Heart Disease and COVID-19: Focusing on Exercise, Mental Health, and Nutrition are Critical for High-Risk Groups – Newswise

  February is American Heart Month and cardiologists…

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X-rays could help detect early signs of heart disease, study finds – Becker’s Hospital Review

People with abdominal aortic calcification have a two- to four-times higher risk of a future cardiovascular…

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New research reveals early warning sign for heart disease – Edith Cowan University

People with a build-up of calcium in the abdominal aorta have a…

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