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Eating this ONE food will slash diabetes, heart disease AND obesity risk

Express.co.uk - ‎2 hours ago‎
The study - from Lund university in Sweden - revealed the 'super grain' can rapidly improve health by reducing people's appetite and risk for cardiovascular disease. Anne Nilsson, associate Professor at the Food for Health Science Centre and one of the ...
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Heart Disease, Not Cancer, The Leading Cause Of Death Among Prostate Cancer Survivors

Tech Times - ‎14 hours ago‎
What they need to be more concerned with, however, is the possible development of heart disease. A new study authored by Vanderbilt University researchers revealed that heart disease is the most common non-cancer cause of death among prostate cancer ...

6 signs of heart disease you should NEVER ignore

Daily Mail - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
However, these seemingly insignificant problems are actually some common symptoms of heart disease - the number one killer in the world.
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More Canadians living with cardiovascular disease: Heart and Stroke Foundation

News1130 - ‎Feb 2, 2016‎
“So, all of the gains that we've had in terms of cardiovascular disease and our treatments of cardiovascular disease, specifically things like heart attack, have resulted in people living longer from those diseases. But at the end of the day, many of ...
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Forum: Mother's Day heart attack brought home risk of cardiovascular disease

New Haven Register - ‎20 hours ago‎
I never thought it would happen to me. I was busy spending my time being a mother, daughter, wife, a friend. At the time, I had been a volunteer with the American Heart Association for seven years, I did all I could to raise money and awareness for ...

AstraZeneca Awards Grants to 11 Community Heart Health Programs

Cardiovascular Disease News - ‎19 minutes ago‎
Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death in our nation and these nonprofit organizations are working to reduce its impact at the community level,” James W. Blasetto, M.D.

New biomarkers to provide cardiovascular disease early warning

Cordis News - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
By detecting very early stages of cardiovascular diseases that are not yet causing symptoms, these markers could help medical staff to assess a patient's risk for developing symptomatic disease and thus facilitate earlier preventive treatment.

Six surprising signs of heart disease

New Zealand Herald - ‎16 hours ago‎
But according to a Texas cardiologist, these seemingly insignificant issues are actually common symptoms of heart disease. When the heart and arteries begin to fail, symptoms appear in otherwise unrelated parts of the body.

Heart Disease Network Selects Mast Therapeutics' AIR001 for Evaluation in Clinical Trial

Cardiovascular Disease News - ‎19 minutes ago‎
The Heart Failure Clinical Research Network (HFN), a group of prestigious clinical centers located across North America, has selected Mast Therapeutics' product AIR001 for evaluation in the Phase 2 clinical trial Inorganic Nitrite Delivery to Improve ...

Meta-analysis of the Association Between Second-hand Smoke Exposure and Ischaemic Heart Diseases, COPD and ...

Medscape - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
Therefore, its impact on ischaemic heart diseases (IHD), chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases (COPD) and stroke will be considered.

Global Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Cardiovascular Disease Market 2016

PR Newswire (press release) - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
There has been a dramatic increase in the incidence of diabetes worldwide, which has been exacerbated by the growing obesity problem across the globe.

Menopause raises heart disease risk, linked to more fat around heart

Bel Marra Health - ‎21 hours ago‎
Menopause is found to raise heart disease risk and is linked to more fat around the heart. The findings come from researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, where they found that menopausal women are at a higher risk ...
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Smoking Bans Reduce Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease In Non-Smokers

Science 2.0 - ‎Feb 6, 2016‎
A Cochrane Library review suggests that smoking bans may reduce harms of passive smoking, unclear as they are, since there has never been evidence that second-hand smoke has harmed anyone.

Of Mice and Men: Uncovering Cardiovascular Disease Genetics

PLoS Blogs (blog) - ‎Feb 5, 2016‎
February is American Heart Month, a great time to take a closer look at cardiovascular disease (CVD). According to the World Health Organization (WHO), about 17.5 million people die each year from CVD, a figure representing 31% of all deaths worldwide.
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Why Working The Night Shift Can Increase Your Risk For Heart Disease

Medical Daily - ‎Feb 8, 2016‎
It's hardly a secret that constantly working the night shift can have all sorts of long-term consequences for your health, from an increased risk of heart disease and certain types of cancer to obesity. Less certain though is why and how that happens.
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IoT healing heart disease, almost as smart as a doctor

SiliconANGLE (blog) - ‎Feb 9, 2016‎
People with hypertension no longer need to rush to their doctors thanks to a new service available on their mobile device. February is known in the medical industry as Heart Month, and this year, Withings SA is raising awareness with a special offering.

African-Americans with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Like Diseases at Cardiovascular Risk

Rheumatoid Arthritis News - ‎Feb 10, 2016‎
Research conducted into the medical records of over a quarter million adults found that African-Americans with connective tissue diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis are twice as likely as whites with these diseases to suffer complications that ...

Many cancer survivors face increased risk of heart disease

Reuters UK - ‎Feb 4, 2016‎
In a study of about 110,000 people, survivors of certain cancers - including tumors in the lung, ovaries, bone marrow and lymph system - had a significantly higher risk of cardiovascular disease than individuals with no history of malignancies, the ...

African-American patients with connective tissue diseases at risk for cardiovascular disease

News-Medical.net - ‎Feb 4, 2016‎
"These findings raise new questions about the links between inflammation, connective tissue diseases and atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease," said study author Francis Alenghat, MD, PhD, assistant professor of medicine in the section of cardiology ...
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