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Placental syndromes increase women's short-term risk for ...

Science Daily - ‎15 hours ago‎
The short-term risk of developing cardiovascular disease following a first pregnancy is higher for women experiencing placental syndromes and poor pregnancy ...

You can avoid cardiovascular disease with increasing your heart health – Columbus Tech Week

Daily Star Gazette - ‎9 hours ago‎
While these interventions can help increase blood and oxygen flow to the heart, heart disease is a lifelong condition that can't be fully reversed.
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Women Who Exercise Show Lower Risk of Heart Disease

EHS Today - ‎13 hours ago‎
Women under 50 who spend a cumulative 2.5 hours a week doing recreational physical activity are linked with a 25 percent lower risk of coronary heart disease, according to the research. The benefits of physical activity for cardiovascular health in ...

Only extreme sitting linked to increased heart disease risk: study

The Globe and Mail - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
“Our findings suggest that sedentary time is associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease, independent of other potential risk factors such as body mass index and physical activity, only at very high levels,” said lead author Dr.

Congestive heart disease affecting younger generation

Nation News - ‎9 hours ago‎
ACCORDING TO MEDICAL experts, Barbadians as young as 29 years old are suffering heart attacks, and congestive heart disease is being experienced in higher proportions among the younger generation.
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Experimental anticancer drug may tackle heart disease, too

Science Magazine - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
Blocking that signal, they found, reduces arterial plaque in mice. And because their signal blocker is an antibody already in phase I clinical trials for cancer treatment, they're hoping to make a quick jump into human testing for cardiovascular ...

Cardiologist enlightens attendees about heart disease at Early Chamber luncheon

Brownwood Bulletin - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
Interventional Cardiologist Dr. Sanjeev Ravipudi of the Brownwood Regional Medical Center enlightened those in attendance of cardiovascular disease and its many symptoms Friday at the Early Chamber of Commerce. As part of the Early Chamber's ...
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Global Cardiovascular Disease Industry Consumption Forecast to ...

Medgadget (blog) - ‎Jul 26, 2016‎
The Global Cardiovascular Disease Consumption Market Research Report is a comprehensive analysis of the market with a chapter wise explanation of each ...

Young Women Need Earlier Messaging on Physical Activity for Preventing Later CHD, Study Hints

TCTMD - ‎Jul 25, 2016‎
Even brisk walking is associated with a lower risk of coronary heart disease (CHD), and the benefit extends across the spectrum of body mass index.

Less sugar in obese children can reduce adult heart disease, Touro ...

Vallejo Times Herald - ‎9 hours ago‎
Parents can significantly reduce their obese children's risk of heart disease just by cutting their sugar intake, a new Touro University-lead study shows.
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Medicare will test population-health approach to stroke and heart disease risk

ModernHealthcare.com - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
The new CMS Innovation Center program—the Million Hearts Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction Model—will use predictive modeling to generate personalized risk scores and develop specific plans in partnership with patients to reduce the risk of ...

True or false: Cardiovascular disease affects mostly your heart?

Mountain Mail Newspaper - ‎Jul 26, 2016‎
Clogging, blockage, narrowing or hardening of the arteries are terms known to most of us and refer to the progressive buildup of fats, cholesterol and plaque in our arteries.
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Medicare's Million Hearts Initiative Aims to Reduce Cardiac Disease

HealthLeaders Media - ‎Jul 25, 2016‎
With the help of 516 inaugural participating healthcare providers nationwide, federal officials are harnessing data to rise to a pair of crucial population health challenges: reducing rates of cardiovascular disease and stroke. Launched on July 21, the ...

This is the maximum time you can sit before harming your heart

Star2.com - ‎Jul 25, 2016‎
A new large-scale study has revealed what researchers believe to be the maximum time an individual can sit each day before sedentary time starts to increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, including coronary heart disease, stroke and heart attack.
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Only extreme sitting linked to increased heart disease risk

Business Insider - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
“Our findings suggest that sedentary time is associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease, independent of other potential risk factors such as body mass index and physical activity, only at very high levels,” said lead author Dr.

Study Demonstrates Cardiac Troponin Analysis Can Help Identify Heart Disease Risk and Guide Treatment

PR Newswire (press release) - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
ALAMEDA, Calif., July 21, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Analysis of the cardiac troponin of more than 4,000 patients with stable ischemic heart disease via single molecule counting technology developed by Singulex, Inc. has demonstrated clear utility ...
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Ten hours or more of sitting each day is most heart damaging: study

CTV News - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
A new large-scale study has revealed what researchers believe to be the maximum time an individual can sit each day before sedentary time starts to increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, including coronary heart disease, stroke and heart attack.

Headaches and Heart Disease: A Hidden Link?

Newsmax - ‎Jul 25, 2016‎
Dr. Rene Alvarez, associate professor of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Cardiovascular Center, tells ABC News that well-known indicators of heart disease such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, stress, and diabetes are ...
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Cutting Sugar Causes Drop in Heart Disease Risk Factors Among Obese Children

UCSF News Services - ‎Jul 19, 2016‎
Reducing sugar consumption in obese children, rather than cutting calories or starch, or losing weight, leads to a sharp decline in triglycerides and a key protein called ApoC-III - two features that are associated with heart disease in adulthood. In a ...

Researchers found embalmed hearts with heart disease! – Bellevue Tech Time

Daily Star Gazette - ‎12 hours ago‎
One heart showed no signs of disease, but three others showed a buildup of plaque on the coronary arteries, which can cause a blockage of the heart, Mokrane and her colleagues found. The findings were reported Wednesday (Dec. 2) at the annual meeting ...
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