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Health News - Cardiovascular/Cardiology

Hospitalization at VA hospitals for heart attack, heart failure associated with lower risk of death, higher readmission rate
Among older men with heart attack, heart failure or pneumonia, hospitalization at Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals, compared with hospitalization at non-VA hospitals, was associated with lower... (Medical News Today)

FDA approves first MR-conditional CRT-defibrillators
Medtronic plc has announced that it has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for the first and only magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) conditional cardiac resynchronization... (Medical News Today)

Diabetes drug shown to help body rebuild after heart attack
New light has been shed on how a common diabetes drug can be used to aid recovery from a heart attack.Heart disease is the leading cause of illness in diabetic patients. (Medical News Today)

Barley helps improve blood sugar levels and reduce appetite
A recent study from Lund University in Sweden shows that barley can rapidly improve people's health by reducing blood sugar levels and the risk for diabetes. (Medical News Today)

Bacterial molecules discovered in processed foods could unlock key to healthier diets
Our favourite foods could be made healthier thanks to a new technique developed by the University of Leicester which has identified harmful bacterial molecules in certain processed foods such as... (Medical News Today)

Researchers find new clues in 100-year-old mystery of Frank-Starling law of the heart
Significant Step Forward in Understanding the Workings of the Heart.Researchers at Illinois Institute of Technology and Loyola University have discovered new clues in the 100-year-old mystery of... (Medical News Today)

New target, potential treatment found for unhealthy levels of fat that can occur in type 1 diabetes
Researchers have new insight into the complex interchange that can raise blood levels of unhealthy lipids, or fat, in type 1 diabetes, and early evidence that a drug under study to block cancer... (Medical News Today)

Study details molecular mechanism that regulates how the heart pumps blood
In a finding that could lead to new drugs to treat heart failure, researchers have uncovered the molecular mechanism that regulates how the heart pumps blood. (Medical News Today)

Muscles on-a-chip provide insight into cardiac stem cell therapies
Stem cell-derived heart muscle cells may fail to effectively replace damaged cardiac tissue because they don't contract strongly enough, according to a study in the Journal of Cell Biology. (Medical News Today)

More detailed analysis of how cells react to stress
Stress in the body's cells is both the cause and consequence of inflammatory diseases or cancer. The cells react to stress to protect themselves. (Medical News Today)

Pioneering discovery leads to potential preventive treatment for sudden cardiac death
More than 15 years ago, David Warshaw, Ph.D., and coworkers discovered the precise malfunction of a specific protein in the heart that leads to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a common culprit in... (Medical News Today)

Uncovering secrets of elastin's flexibility during assembly
Molecular motions revealed of protein that gives blood vessels, skin their stretchability. (Medical News Today)

'Stop using BMI as measure of health,' say researchers
New study shows using BMI alone mislabels over 54 million Americans as unhealthy when blood pressure, cholesterol and other cardiometabolic measures show they are not. (Medical News Today)

Successful method reduces myocardial cell damage and extends life of patients
The first sign of a heart attack is chest pain, if treated in the next six to ten hours with the method developed by Hector Cabrera it would reduce damage from three angles: lessening the... (Medical News Today)

Have national smoking bans worked in reducing harms in passive smoking?
The most robust evidence yet, published in the Cochrane Library, suggests that national smoking legislation does reduce the harms of passive smoking, and particularly risks from heart disease. (Medical News Today)

Energy drinks: adverse heart reactions linked to more than two per day
A new study highlights the dangers of consuming more than two energy drinks per day, with patients presenting to the hospital with palpitations and chest pain. (Medical News Today)

Investigation casts doubt over trial used to support top-selling anti-clotting drug
An investigation published by The BMJ today raises new concerns about the top-selling anti-clotting drug, rivaroxaban (Xarelto). (Medical News Today)

New heart scanning technique to reduce radiation risk for patients
A new technique promises to reduce the radiation risk for patients and staff, a study recently published in the Journal of Nuclear Cardiology shows1. (Medical News Today)

New light shed on anti-adhesive molecule in the vascular endothelium
Researchers from the Harvard Medical School (HMS) Department of Ophthalmology and the Schepens Eye Research Institute of Massachusetts Eye and Ear have gained new insight into how a... (Medical News Today)

Reduced anxiety and depression for women participating in women-only cardiac rehab programs
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death for women globally. Women who have an acute coronary heart event may be more likely to die or to suffer complications during the initial... (Medical News Today)

Flu vaccine shows promise for reducing risk of influenza-associated atrial fibrillation
Influenza is significantly associated with an increased risk of new-onset atrial fibrillation, which could be reduced through influenza vaccination, according to new findings reported HeartRhythm. (Medical News Today)

Miller School study findings dispute revised BP guidelines
New research finds that a recent revision in national guidelines for treating high blood pressure in people 60 and older could put this population at greater stroke risk. (Medical News Today)

Higher fitness linked to reduced risk of death after first heart attack
Researchers at Johns Hopkins and the Henry Ford Health System report evidence that higher levels of physical fitness may not only reduce risk of heart attacks and death from all causes, but also... (Medical News Today)

Gender role more important than biological sex in predicting health outcomes after heart attack
Sex (biologial and physiological characteristics) differences are increasingly being studied to assess symptoms, risk factors and outcomes for various diseases. (Medical News Today)

Failing hearts use alternative fuel for energy
Findings suggest a new approach to treat early heart failure.More than 5 million people in the United States suffer from heart failure, according to the American Heart Association. (Medical News Today)

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