American Heart Association

Problems with the menstrual cycle may raise a woman’s risk of cardiovascular disease

Two reproductive health conditions common in women are each associated with increasing cardiovascular disease risk.

Stress and high efforts, low reward increase men’s heart disease risk

The double risk of job strain and effort-reward imbalance explained.

Blood test predicts heart and kidney risk in type 2 Diabetes

Exploring cardiorenal biomarkers and canagliflozin in the CREDENCE trial.

Alzheimer’s vaccine holds out hope for new treatment

New vaccine targets Alzheimer's at its roots.

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.

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