Journal of the American Heart Association

Reducing salt intake: Quick and delicious low-salt meal ideas

For a start, research shows they may want to focus on eliminating extra salt from their diet.

High blood pressure linked among couples in global research

Evidence of hypertension concordance among heterosexual couples worldwide: Insights from aging studies.

New nasal spray for fast heartbeat treatment

Etripamil nasal spray for treating rapid heartbeat: NODE-302 study results.

Not getting enough sleep, whether in Seattle or anywhere else, can harm heart

Cardiovascular disease indicators and sleep irregularity: A Multi-Ethnic Study.

After menopause, abnormal heart rhythms are connected to stress and insomnia

About 1 in 4 women may develop irregular heart rhythms after menopause.

Sepsis increases the risk of heart failure and rehospitalization

The risk of developing heart failure after hospital discharge was 51% higher among people who had sepsis.

Uncontrolled blood pressure contributes to a lot of heart-related emergencies

A new study highlights the top reasons for emergency room visits and suggests poorly controlled hypertension.

Performing routine activities can significantly benefit cardiovascular health

Running or brisk walking is not the only way to reduce the risk of heart disease.

Antiepileptic drugs linked to higher risk of stroke in persons with Alzheimer’s disease

Antiepileptic drug use is related to an expanded danger of stroke among people with Alzheimer's ailment, as indicated by another examination from the University...

Can echocardiography improve care of patients with pulmonary embolism?

Echocardiography is a technique that uses sound waves to produce live images of your heart. Those images are also known as cardiograms. A new study by...

Apple shape more strongly linked to risk of heart attack in women, study

The new research from The George Institute for Global Health at the University of Oxford has discovered women with bigger waists relative to their...

Research found women at greater risk after heart attack

Researchers at the University of Leeds and the Karolinska Institute in Sweden utilized information from Sweden's broad online cardiovascular registry, SWEDEHEART, to dissect the...

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