Misc. Stroke Related Heart News

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11/16/2017
Coffee and Heart Health

Drinking coffee may lower your risk of heart failure and stroke, study finds

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Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and Health Risks

Sugar-sweetened beverages linked to diabetes and heart disease in new study

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Heart Disease, Stroke Cutting Black Lives Short

Life span about three years less than for whites, heart association statement says

10/20/2017
Yoga + Aerobics Doubles Heart Benefits

Combined, these exercises are better than either alone, study suggests

10/19/2017
Could Too Much Exercise Be Bad for Men's Hearts?

Maybe, but only for white men, study suggests

10/19/2017
Even a Little Walking Can Lengthen Your Life

Less than the recommended 150 minutes a week still seemed to help, study found

10/18/2017
Health Tip: Meditation May Help Lower Heart Disease Risk

Here's what the American Heart Association says

10/16/2017
Homicides Devastate Black Communities, But Prevention Gets Little Funding

Discrepancy hurts black Americans more than whites, researchers say

10/16/2017
A-Fib Hits Men Earlier Than Women

Excess weight also ups risk for the heart rhythm disorder, study says

10/11/2017
Stroke Risk Factors Are Rising

More people survive these brain attacks, but the health problems that cause stroke aren't going away

10/11/2017
Tai Chi: A Gentler Way to Exercise for Ailing Hearts

Gentle movements may be a steppingstone to traditional exercise

10/10/2017
Marriage and Heart Health

Relationship status may affect men's heart health, study finds

10/10/2017
A Man's Health May Rely on Health of His Marriage

Heart risk factors improve when married life is good, decline when it's not, study finds

10/9/2017
Can Sauna Sweats Lower Your Blood Pressure?

Frequent bathers reaped the most benefits in Finnish study

10/9/2017
Surviving Congenital Heart Disease as Child Not a Ticket to Good Health

Many of these children can also suffer from illnesses such as autism and respiratory conditions, study says

10/4/2017
Too Little of This Vitamin Could Harm Young Hearts

Leafy green veggies are a good source of the vital nutrient

10/4/2017
Surviving Heart Attack Often Means Leaving Job Behind

Danish research suggests more support needed for workers

10/3/2017
Measuring 30-Day Death Risk in Heart Failure Patients

Researchers develop 13-point assessment

10/3/2017
Breakfast and Heart Disease

Skipping breakfast may increase your risk of heart disease, new study finds

10/2/2017
Could Skipping Breakfast Feed Heart Disease?

Forgoing morning meal may reduce cardiac health and boost odds for diabetes, study suggests

9/28/2017
Can You 'Om' Your Way to a Healthy Heart?

American Heart Association says meditation may help, but don't forgo traditional medicine

9/28/2017
Many Patients Denied Costly New Cholesterol Drugs

Insurers and high copays limit use of PCSK9 inhibitors, study says

9/26/2017
The Benefits of Simply Moving More

You can improve heart health without structured exercise

9/25/2017
Stopping Aspirin Tied to Quick Rise in Heart Attack, Stroke Risk

Swedish study finds those who quit the daily low-dose pill face a more rapid risk of cardio woes

9/22/2017
Even a Little More Activity Could Save Millions of Lives

Think of walking to work or cleaning as low-cost preventive medicine

9/20/2017
Will an E-Cigarette Harm Your Heart?

The nicotine may cause adrenaline levels to spike, study finds

9/19/2017
This Mistake Can Cost Athletes' Lives in Cardiac Arrest

Bystanders often get distracted by a non-life-threatening issue, research shows

9/18/2017
9/15/2017
Smoking, Poor Diet Lead Global Death Causes

But disease study of 195 areas also finds some hopeful signs with many people living longer

9/15/2017
Early Onset of Pregnancy Complication May Raise Heart Risks

Doctors should monitor women with pre-eclampsia after childbirth, study suggests