According to new research, common beliefs about the resounding health effects of certain foods may be just that — beliefs.
Researchers have discovered a new therapy can reduce the harm caused by the scar tissue that forms in the wake of a heart attack.
Last month, final results from the ongoing Apple Heart Study were published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The study focused...
The new measures prioritize a patient-centered approach and prioritize controlling HBP below the new ACC/AHA target of 130/80 mm Hg.
A basic breakdown of the findings that prompted the most chat online and beyond.
From the end of August through early September, #CardioTwitter was buzzing with the groundbreaking research presented at the World Cardiology Congress, the largest meeting of heart experts across the globe.
One of the most frustrating situations for any healthcare provider is watching an individual you're trying to help fail to put your advice into action. These effective tips will help you navigate this challenge with sensitivity.
To prevent dementia as a senior, taking good care of one's heart during middle age can serve as a strong foundation, according to new research.
New research indicates that millions of healthy people still take aspirin believing it will prevent heart disease even though research indicates this behavior can be dangerous.
For decades, medical experts believed the "upper" systolic blood-pressure reading was a more important predictor of cardiovascular outcomes than the "lower" diastolic number. But new research disrupts this school of thought.
A new study, published in "Annals of Internal Medicine," could make your conversations with patients about vitamin supplements and diets a little easier and more evidence-based.
As a healthcare practitioner, you can make small changes when interacting with patients to contribute to these life-saving interventions.
A sense of a loss of control prevents people experiencing heart attack symptoms from seeking treatment, a new study finds.
When an individual who’s had a heart attack makes a habit of skipping breakfast and eating dinner near bedtime, his or her...
Emerging research indicates that there are two cell populations that quickly respond and work together to restore a non-functioning or failing organ.
Researchers say they've developed a toilet seat that can monitor patients' blood pressure, stroke volume and more.
Poor lung function in shorter people mediates the effect of height on coronary artery disease, researchers found.
Treatment to repair post-heart attack damage doesn't exit. But this research team is on a mission to engineer cardiovascular tissues for regenerative medicine.
The study tested the feature for cardiology patients, but it could benefit prescribers in a wide range of specialities.