Prescription Doses of Fish Oil May Lower Heart Attack and Stroke Risk
Omega-3 fatty acids, abundant in fish oil, are known to be good for the heart. Studies have shown that people who eat more fish rich in these fats have lower rates of heart...
1 month ago - Time - 6 articles
Study finds lemon balm improves cardiovascular markers in patients with chronic stable angina
Angina is a type of chest pain that results from an impaired blood flow to the heart. A lack of blood flow means that the heart isn't receiving enough oxygen, which causes...
1 month ago - Natural News
Thousands are missing out on vital heart scans, doctors warn
At least 56,000 people suffering with angina were denied potentially life-saving scans in the past year alone, say experts who argue many were instead given exercises to do.
1 month ago - Daily Mail
The Best Diet for Chest Pain
The Dean Ornish program that led to improved arterial function and the dramatic drop in angina attacks-a 91 percent reduction in reported frequency of angina-is not just about...
1 month ago - Nutrition Facts
Australian patients with coronary heart disease achieve high adherence to 6-month Mediterranean diet intervention: preliminary results of the AUSMED Heart Trial
Coronary heart disease refers to the development of atherosclerotic plaque in the coronary arteries and is the most common form of cardiovascular disease throughout the world...
1 month ago - Nutrition JRNL - 3 articles
Is chest pain during exercise serious?
A range of health issues can cause chest pain during exercise. Some, such as muscle strains, are not serious. Others, such as heart attacks and angina, can be life-threatening...
1 month ago - Medical News Today
Procedure clarifies diagnosis, allowing better treatment, QOL for angina patients with ‘negative' angiogram
SAN DIEGO - An interventional diagnostic procedure for patients with angina and without obstructive CAD was safe, feasible and led to a change in physician diagnosis in nearly...
1 month ago - Healio
CorMicA: Flow, Stress Tests Can Guide Therapy in Severe Angina
Adjunctive testing may improve outcomes by identifying and guiding therapy for microvascular or vasospastic angina in the absence of CAD. But these tests are invasive and may...
2 monthes ago - Medscape
Henry Ford Hospital cardiologists are first in the U.S. to implant device for hard-to-treat angina
Cardiologists at Henry Ford Hospital performed the first implantation in the United States of a device approved for use in Europe for hard-to-treat angina.
2 monthes ago - News Medical
LRP Study: IVUS plus near-infrared spectroscopy identifies patients, arteries at risk
SAN DIEGO - The use of coronary near-infrared spectroscopy with IVUS in patients with ACS or stable angina identified people and coronary segments at risk for nonculprit-artery...
2 monthes ago - Healio
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Quarter of Parents not Prepared for 'Parenting Hangover'
A quarter of parents of young children who drink alcohol on special occasions are not prepared for the day after the hangover. They do not think on limiting how much they drink...
Simple Tips to Help Families Handle and Navigate the Digital World
Digital devices and touchscreens like iPad and smartphones have invaded and occupied our lives which forces parents and caregivers to take an extra mile to make their children...
Childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Survivors Have High Risk of Solid Tumors in the...
Survivors of Childhood Hodgkin lymphoma have high risk of developing new solid cancer types in the future, especially a sub-group of the survivors have increased risk.
Number of American Teens Who Vape is Growing at an Alarming Rate: Survey
The number of American teenagers who vape is increasing at an alarming rate, finds a new survey.
Early Follow-up Decreases Death Risk, Hospital Admission in Heart Failure...
Heart failure patients have a decreased risk of death, hospital admission if seen by a doctor in the first seven days after emergency department discharge, finds a new study.
Front-of-Package Food Labels Encourage Healthier Eating: Study
Nutrition labels on front of food packaging can promote healthier food choices, reports a new study.
New Drug Offers Hope for Patients with Bone Marrow Cancer
New study offers hope for patients with a serious type of bone marrow cancer as a new therapeutic drug has revealed improved outcomes and survival rates.
School-based Nutritional Programs Can Reduce Obesity in Students
School-based nutritional policies and programs can reduce body mass index and cut down obesity risk among students, reveals a new study.
Excess Use and Misuse of Benzodiazepines: New Study
Misuse of benzodiazepines among U.S adults is on the rise for anxiety and sleeplessness which could be reduced by behavioral treatment
How Strength Training Could Help You Get a Better Night's Sleep
You probably don't weight train to improve your sleep habits. It's more likely you do it to slow down muscle loss, build strength, and look fabulous in a pair of leggings! But...