Temple University researchers have discovered a key to heart failure which is currently an incurable disease.
Patients with depression symptoms were 50% more likely to experience a heart attack, heart failure, stroke, or a mini stroke.
If you like that cup of coffee there may be another great reason to enjoy it. Researchers have found that daily moderate coffee drinking may be linked with a lower risk of heart failure.
You can control blood pressure and offset or prevent long-term damage but you need to know you’ve got a problem before you can fix it.
The method uses arterial tonometry, a noninvasive technique for measuring blood pressure over an artery.
A new report shows that the country is saving money on treating heart failure patients. But the numbers come with some caveats.
People who suffer from depression are at greater risk of heart problems down the line.
A researacher at The University of Pennsylvania has found a surprising genetic link to heart failure.
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