Saturday, April 1, 2023

Cardiovascular Disease

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.

Investigating the genetics of heart attacks and strokes in Hispanics

The research is possible thanks to a $2.5 million grant from the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute.

Seaweed molecules to improve outcomes for bypass surgery

The new approach is especially important in cases involving small artificial blood vessels.

AI predicts heart disease risk using a single x-ray

A potential solution for population-based opportunistic screening of cardiovascular disease risk.

Night owls are more susceptible to diabetes and heart disease

Those who stay up later have a reduced ability to use fat for energy.

Cannabis prescribed for pain linked with an elevated risk of heart problems

There may be a previously unreported risk of arrhythmias following medical cannabis use.

Performing routine activities can significantly benefit cardiovascular health

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

A daily dose of yogurt could be the next go-to food for managing high blood pressure

The study examined the associations between yogurt intake, blood pressure, and cardiovascular risk factors.

Plastics can increase the risk of human cardiovascular disease

The study finds a receptor greatly contributes to the harmful effects of plastic-associated chemicals.

Vitamin K enriched diet lower risk of cardiovascular disease

Growing evidence of Vitamin K value for heart health.

Neurofeedback: Enabling ADHD patients to train their attention

Managing attention deficit disorder by training the brain.

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